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THE 



QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY 



CALENDAR. 



1875. 




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CONTENTS. 



CAI-KlfDAB, 



UmYXBfliTT Chabtek, 
UniTenity Begulations, 



Fi.cui.TT or Abta, 

The Degree of Master in Arts, 
The Degree of Bachebr in Arts, 
fint UiiiTerBitj Examination in Arts, 
Examination for Women, 
Certificates for persons who are not Members 
Unirersitj, 



of the 



Faculty OF Law, 

The Degree of Doctor in Laws, . 
The Degree of Bachelor in Laws, 
The Dipl<»na in Elementary Law, 
The Certificate of the Law Professors, 



Facultt OF Medicins, 

The Degree of Doctor in Medicioe, 

The Degree of Master in Snrgerj, 

The Diploma in Midwifeiy, 

Second Uniyersity Examination in Medicine, 

Ilrst Uniyersltj Examination in Medicine, 

ScaooL OF CiTiL Ehoinsxbino, 

The Degree of Bachelor in Engineering. 
First Unirersity Examination in Engineering, 

XTmitsbsitt Pmxtf : 
In Arts, 
In Law, . 
In Medicine^ 
In Engineering, 
Founded hy Pnhlic Sobscription, 



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In Compoaition, ...... 87 

At Entrance ...... 88 



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▼> CONTENTS. 

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Of the Senate, 89 

Of the Committee of ConTocation, . . .90 

Of the ProfesBOTs and Examiners, . .01 

Of Members of the University, • . . 10P 

Of Degrees, &C., conferred in 1874, . .93 

Of UniTersity Honors since the founding of the Tniver- 
sity, . . . ... 186 

Honors awarded at First Uniyersity Examinations in 

Arts, Medicine, and Engineering, • 205, 214, 216 

Honors awarded at Second Uniyersity Examinations in 

Medicine, 212 

Exhibitions awarded at First Uniyersity Examinations 

in Arts and Engineering, . . 219,221^ 

Exhibitions awarded at Second University Examinations 

in Medicine, . . .222 

Honors at Entrance Examinations, . .225 

Prizes awarded for Composition, . . . 224 

Of Subscribers to the Endowment Fund, . . 80 

Directions given to Candidates under Examination, . 78 

CoLLXOEs* Act, . . . 22» 

Patent of Incorporation of Colleges, . . . 239 

College Statutes, Rules, and Ordinances, . . 244 

Queer's Coxxboe, Belfast, .... 272 

lists of Professors and Officers, . . . 272^ 278 

List of former Professors and Officers, . . 273, 274 

Of the manner of entering the College, . . . 276 

College Begulations, Faculty of Arts, . .276 

Faculty of Law, . . 278 

Faculty of Medicine, . . 279 

School of Engineering, . 280 

Subjects of Matriculation Examinations, . 281 

SchoUnhips, . . . .282 

Courses for Scholarships, . . .288 

Bye-Laws, . . . . .296 

Tables of Fees, ..... 307,808 

Tables of Lecture Hours and Examination Days, | ^^ ^^^ 



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OntUnes of College Lectures, 


. 809 


College Certificate of Froficiencj, 


. 822 


Special Pme Examinatioii, 


. 828 


Ezhibitionf, 


824, 825 


Qtrntn's Columb, Cork* 


. 396 


Liats of Professors and Officers, . 


896,327 


laat of former Professors and Officers, . 


. 327 


Of the manner of entering the College, . 


. 829 


College Begolations, Facnltj of Arts, . 


. 881 


Faculty of Law, . 


. 839 


Faculty of Medicine, 


. S48 


School of Engineering, 


. 845 


Subjects of MatricuUktion Examinations, 


. 828 


Scholarships, .... 


. 881 


Outlines of College Lectures, 


. 847 


Scholarships, Examlnationa, 1874-75, . 


. 846 


QuKBM's COLLBaS, 6AI.WXT, 


. 354 


Lists ofProfessors and Officers, . 


854, 366 


Lists of former Profiassors and Officers, . 


. 356 


Of the manner of entering the College, . 


. 857 




. 358 


College Beguhttions, Faculty of Arts, . 


. 368 


Faculty of Law, • 


• 377 


Faculty of Medichie, 


. 380 


School of Engineering, 


. 386 




. 368 


Courses for Public Competitlre Examinatioiis, . 


. 3^)8 


Apfbsidxz : 




Ststistics, 


. 389 


Begnlftfcions, Indian CiTil Senrice« 4c., . 


. 408 



EXAMINATION PAPERS. 

For the Degrae of M.A.» • • • 

For the I>egree of B.A., wHh Honors, 

For the Degree of B.A., 

Fte the First Examination in Arts, with Honors, 

For the First Examination in Arts, • 



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For the Supplementaiy Examination in Arts, • • 676 

For the Degree of LL.D., . • . . .587 

For the Degree of LL.B., with Honors, . • 591 

For the Degree of LL.B., . . . .602 

For the Dipbma of Elementarj Law, with Honors, . 610 

For the Diploma of Elementary Law, • • .617 

For the Degrees of M.D. and M.CH., and Diploma in 

BCidwifery, with Honors, . . • • .619 

For the Degrees of ILD. and M.CH., and Diploma in 

Midwifery 622 

For the First and Second Medical Examinations,with Honors, 626 
For the First and Second Medical Examinations, • . 633 

For the Jane Examinations in Medicine, . . • 644 

For the Degree of Bachelor in Engineering, with Honors, . 668 
For the Degree of Bachelor in Engineering, . • 676 

For the First Examination in Engineering, with Honors, . 686 
For the First Examination in Engineering, . . . 689 

For the Snp^ementaiy First Examination in Engmeering, 702 



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YEAR OF OUB LORD 

18T5. 



Goldm Number, or Cjcle of the MooDj . • • • 14 

Dominial Letter, C 

Cycle of the Son, 8 

Epect, 23 

Boman Indietion, 3 

JoUan Period, ••...••. 6hm 



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UNIVERSITY EXAMINATIONS, 1876. 



The Q^neral Uniremtj ExamisatioilB are 

held in . • . . . '. September and October. 

Additional Examinations in Medicine are 

held in Jane. 

Local Examinations are held in . . June. 
8ai)|plemental Examinations in Arts and 

Lngineering are held in • . . December and January. 



THE QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY IN IRELAND. 
BELFAST COLLEGE TERMS, 1875-76. 
Second Term (Ses, 1874-75) begins Jan. 5; ends March 25. 
Third Term begins April 6 ; ends {Ses. 1874-76) June 12. 
First Term {Cies. 187o-76) begins Oct. 19 ; ends Dec. 18. 

CORK COLLEGE TERMS, 1675-76. 

Second Term (Ses. 18/4-75) begins Jan. 4 ; ends March 20 
Third Term begins April 5; ends (Ses. 1874-75) June 12. 
First Term (Ses, 1875-76) begins Oct. 19; ends Dec. 18. 

GALWAY COLLEGE TERMS, 1875-76. 
Second Term (Ses. 1874-75) begins Jan. 4 ; ends March 20. 
Third Term begins April 5 ; ends (Ses. 1874-75) June 12. 
First Term (Ses, 187d-76) begins Oct. 19; ends Dec. 18. 



OXFORD UNIVERSITY TERMS, 1875. 
Lent Team ' begins January 14; ends March 20. 
Easter Term begins March 31 ; ends May 14. 

T&inittTerh begins May 15; ends July 10. 
Michaelmas Term begins October 11 ; ends December 17. 
The Aot will be July 7. 

CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY TERMS, 1875. 
Lent Term begins Jan. 13 ; divides Feb. 14, M. ; ends March 19. 

Easter Term begins April 2; divides May 14, N. ; endsJnne25. 

Michaelmas Term begins Oct. 1 ; diyides Not. 8, N. ; ends Dec. lb*. 
The Commeneement will be June 22. 

DUBLIN UNIVERSITY (TRINITY COLLEGE) TERMS, 1875. 
Hilary Term begins January 10 ; ends March 25 
TrinittTerm begins April 15; ends June 30. 
Michaelmas Term begins October 10 ; ends December 20. 



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JANUARY, 1875. 


" 


1 


Friday 


Cireumeisian, 




2 


Saturday 






3 


AuttHras 


Cicero b, b.c. ] 06. Horrocks d, 1 64 1 . 




4 


Monday 


Archbishop Usher b. 1580. 




5 


Tuesday 






6 


Wednesday 


Epiphany. Old Christmas day. Franklin ft. at 




7 


Thursday 






8 


Friday 


Prince Albert Victor b. 1864. 




9 


Saturday 


Napoleon IIL d. 1873. 




10 


Atitaras 


1*^ Sunday ajter Epiphany. Linnasus d. 1778. 
Legendre a. 1833. 




11 


Monday 






12 


Tuesday 






13 


Wednesday 






14 


Thursday 


Berkeley dl 1753. 




15 


Friday 






16 


Saturday 


Spenser <f. 1599. Gibbon d. 1794. 




17 


Autitras 


2nd Sunday after Epiphany. Mozart b. 1 756 




18 


Monday 


Montesquieu b. 1689. 




19 


Tuesday 


Copernicus b. 1 473. Watt b. 1 736. ' 




20 


Wednesday 


Garrick d. 1 779. Howard d, 17^0. 




21 


Thursday 


Hallam cf. 1859. 




22 


Friday 


Bacon ft. 1561. 




23 


Saturday 


William Pitt d. 1806. 




24 


AutOras 


Septuagenma Sunday. Frederick the Great 
ft. 1712. 




25 


Monday Omoersim of St. Paul. Bums b. 1759 




26 


Tuesday 


Jennerd. 1823. 




27 


Wednesday 


Audubon d. 1851. 




28 


Thursday 


Presoottcf. 1859. 




29 


Friday 






80 


Saturday 


Charles I. beheaded, 1649. 




31 


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FEBRUARY, 1875. 


1 


Monday 


JohnEembleft. 1757. 


2 


Tuesday 


Purification ofB. F. Mary, Candlemas. 


3 


Wednesday 


Rousseau d 1740. Crabbe d. 1832. 


4 


Thursday 


Moorsom d. 1860. 


5 


Friday 




6 


Saturday 


Priestley cf. 1804. 


7 


Attmms 


Quinquagesima Sunday, Charles Dickens b. 
1812. Mahomedan Year, 1292, begins. 


8 


Monday 


Mary Queen of Scots beheaded, 1587. 


9 


Tuesday 


Shrove Tuesday, 


10 


Wednesday 


Ash Wednesday, Queen married, 1840. 
Montesquieu d, 1755. 


11 


Thursday 


Descartes d. 1650. Sir Wm. Napier d. I860. 


]2 


Friday 


Kant d, 1804. 


13 


Saturday 


Samuel Butler b, 1612. 


14 


fttinliks 


Quadragesima, 1st Sunday inLeni, Blackstone 
d:i780. Capt.Cook]dlledatOwhyhee,1779. 






15 


Monday 


Galileo b, at Fisa, 1564. Bishop Atterbury 
d, 1732. 


16 


Tuesday 




17 


Wednesday 


ArichaelAngelodl56d. MoHire if. 1673. 


18 


Thursday 




19 


Friday 




20 


Saturday 


Voltaire b. 1694. 


21 


Automs 


2nd Sunday in Lent. Spinoza d. 1677. 


22 


Monday 




23 


Tuesday 


Gauss if. 1855. Sir J. Reynolds d, 1792. 


24 


Wednesday 


St. Matthias. Fulton <f. 1815. 


25 


Thursday 


Sir C. Wren if. 1723. Moore if. 1852. 


28 


Friday 


Arago^. 1786. 


27 


Saturday 




28 


Automs 


Sftf Sunday in Lent. Montaigne b. 1538. 



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MARCH, 1875. 




1 


Monday 


St. Daoid. Capitulation of Paris, 1871. 




2 


Tuesday 


John Wesley d. 1791. 




3 


Wednesday 






4 


Thursday 






5 


Friday 


Volta d. 1826. 




6 


Saturday 






7 


Ibutoms 


4th Sunday in Lent. Bessel d 1846. 




8 


Monday 






9 


Tuesday 


Oersted d 1851. 




10 


Wednesday 


Jacobi d. 1819. Prince of Wales m. 1863. 




11 


Thursday 






12 


Friday 






13 


Saturday 


Priestley ft. 1733. Earl Grey, b. 1764. 




U 


Automs 


&th Sunday in Lent. 




15 


Monday 






16 


Tuesday 


Boileau h. 1635. 




17 


Wednesday 


St. Patrick. 




18 


Thursday 






19 


Friday 


Equal day and night. 




20 


Saturday 


Newton d. 1727. 




21 


&uttlias 


Palm Sunday. Henry Kirke White h. 1785. 




22 


Monday 


Vandyck b. 1599. Goethe d. 1832. 




23 


Tuesday 


Laplace b. 1749. 




24 


Wednesday 


Queen Elizabeth <£ 1603. 




25 


Thursday 


Annunciation B. V. Mary. Lady Day. 




26 


Friday 


Good Friday. Beethoven d. 1827. 




27 


Satuixlay . 






28 




Easter Sunday. BafiaeUe b. 1483. 




29 


Monday 


EoMter Monday, 




30 


Tuesday 


Easter Tuesday. 




31 


Wednesday 


Haydn b. 1732. 








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APRIL, 1875. 


1 


Thnraday 




2 


Friday 


BatUe of Copenhagen, 1801. 


3 


Saturday 




4 


Aiitoms 


Iff Sunday after JSaster, Law Sunday, 
Goldsmith A 1774. 


5 


Monday 


Hobbes b. 1588. 


6 


Tuesday 


OldLadyDay. Abel(j:i829. RaffaeUe</.1520 


7 


Wednesday 




8 


Thursday 




9 


Friday 


Bacon d. 1626. 


10 


Saturday 


Grotius &. 1583. Lagrange cf. 1813. 


11 


fttiitims 


2nd Sunday after Eatter. Canning b. 1770. 


12 


Monday 




13 


Tuesday 


Handel <f. 1759. 


14 


Wednesday 




15 


Thursday 


Eulerft. 1707. 


16 


Friday 


Alexis DeTocqueville^i 1859. Buffonrf.l78a 


17 


Saturday 


Franklin d, 1790. 


18 


Auttlias 


3rrf Sunday after Easter. 


19 


Monday 


Byron rf. 1824. 


20 


Tuesday 


Napoleon TTT. 6. 1808. 


21 


Wednesday 




22 


Thursday 


Racine d, 1699. Fielding b. 1707. 


23 


Friday 


St George. Shakespeare b. 1564: d. 1616. 
Cervantes (11616. 


24 


Saturday 


Defoe <f. 1731. 


25 


fttinlms 


Ath Sunday after Easter. St. Mark. Cowper 
d. 1800. 


26 


Monday 


Magellan d. 1522. 


27 


Tuesday 




28 


Wednesday 


Chancer d. 1400. Wallaoe d. 1843. 


29 


Thursday 




30 


Friday 





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SatT]rda7 


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4 


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5 


Wednesday 


6 


Thnrsday 


7 


Friday 


8 


Saturday 


9 


fttinlms 


JO 


Monday 


11 


Tuesday 


12 


Wednesday 


13 


Thursday 


14 


Friday 


15 


Saturday 


16 


Aunlms 


17 


Monday 


18 


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19 


Wednesday 


20 


Thursday 


21 


Friday 


22 


Saturday 


23 


Atinlms 


24 


Monday 


25 


Tuesday 


26 


Wednesday 


27 


Thursday 


28 


Friday 


29 


Saturday 


30 


Atitams 


31 


Monday 







MAY, 1875. 



St. PhiUp and St. Jameg, Dryden d, 1700. 
5M Sunday after Easter. Rogation Sunday. 

Leonardo l3a Vinci d. 1519. 
Machiavelli b. 1469. 

Laplace d. 1827. Napoleon d. 1821. 

Ascension Day. St. John EvemgeHst. 

Humboldt </. 1859. 

Banted. 1265. Liebig5.l803. LaYoi8ier</.l794. 

Sunday after Ascension. 

LidianMutiny began, 1 857. Dr. Youngrf. 1 829. 

Pitt (Lord Chatham) d. 1778. 

Mariotterf. 1684. 

Cnvier d. 1832. 

Henry IV. of France assassinated, 1610. 

O'Connell d. 1847. 

Whit Sunday. 

Whit Moitday. Jenner h. 1749. Clairaut 
d. 1765. 

Fichted. 1762. 

Battle of Montebello, 1859. Columbuscf. 1506. 



Trinity Sunday. 
Queen b. 1819. 

Fepjsd. 1708. 

Corpus ChrisH. 

Sir H. Davy d. 1829. Smeaton b. 1 724. 

Restoration of Charles IL, 1660. 

1st Sunday after Trinity. Pope d. 1744. 
Voltaire d. 1778. 

Battle of Paiestro, 1859. Chalmen d. 1847. 



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1 


Taesdaj 




2 


Wednesday 




3 


Thursday 


Harvey d. 1657. 


4 


Friday 


BatUe of Magenta, 1859. 


6 


Saturday 


Cotes d: 1716. 


6 


JbtttOras 


2nd Sunday after Trimty. Ariosto d. 1533. 
Bentham d. 1832. GaTour d. 1861. 


7 


Monday 




8 


Tuesday 


Huyghens d, 1695. 


9 


Wednesday 


Pascal b. 1623. Charles Dickens d 1870. 


10 


Thursday 




11 


Friday 


St. Barnabas. 


12 


Saturday 




13 


Jbttttlms 


Srd Sunday after Trimty. 


14 


Monday 


Maclaurin d. 1746. 


15 


Tuesday 


Magna Charta signed, 1215. Bembrandt b. 
1606. 


16 


Wednesday 


Bishop Butler d. 1752. 


17 


Thursday 


Addison A 1719. 


18 


Friday 


Battle of Waterloo, 1815. 


19 


Saturday 


Magna Charta, 1215. 


20 


Jbtttums 


4th Sunday after Trinity. Qaeen's Aooeasion, 
1837. 


21 


Monday 


Longest day. 


22 


Tuesday 


MachiaveUi d. 1527. 


23 


Wednesday 


Queen proclaimed, 1837. 


24 


Thursday 


St. John Baptist. Midsummer day. Battle 
of Solferino, 1859. 


25 


Friday 




26 


Saturday 




27 


Jbutilias 


Sth Sunday after Trinity. Earl of Clarendon, 
ChanceUor Queen's University, d. 1870. 






28 


Monday 


Queen's Coronation, ]i888. 


29 


Tuesday 


St. Peter and St. Paul 


80 


Wednesday 


Duke of Argyle beheaded, 1685. 



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ThuTBday 








2 


Friday 


VisiiaHonB.V.M. 






3 


Saturday 


Leibnitz b. 1646. Battle of Sadowa, 1866. 






4 


Jbutilias 


ethSundayafterTrmUy. Chateaubriand d 1848. 






5 


Monday 


Mrs. Siddons h. 1755. 






6 


Tuaday 


Flazman b. 1755. 






7 


Wednesday 








8 


Thursday 








9 


Friday 


Hallam b. 1777. 






10 


Saturday 


SirW.Black8toneM728. 






11 


Ibuittms 


7M Sunday after Tnmty. Peace of Villa 
Franca, 1859. 






12 


Monday 


Heyne d. 1814. 






13 


Tuesday 


Bradley d. 1762. 






U 


Wednesday 


French Revolution, 1789. 






\& 


Thursday 


Madame deStaeld 1817. 






16 


Friday 








17 


Saturday 


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18 


Jbuittras 


8th Sunday after Trimty. Petrarch d. 1374. 






19 


Monday 








20 


Tuesday 


Petrarch b. 1304. 






21 


Wednesday 


BobertBumsc?. 1796. 






22 


Thursday 








23 


Friday 








24 


Saturday 


Guiran b. 1750. 






25 


Jbutums 


9th Sunday afterTrimty. St. James. Coleridge 
d. 1834. 






26 


Monday 








27 


Tuesday 


Battle of Talayera, 1809. Dalton d. 1844. 
CampbeU b. at Glasgow, 1777. 






28 


Wednesday 


Monge d. 1818. 






29 


Thursday 








30 


Friday 








31 


Saturday 


Colleges Act received Boyal Msent, 1845. 





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1 


Ibutilias 


lOth Sunday qfUr Trvnty, Lammas Day. 
BatUe of the Nile, 179& BerzeUus d. 1848. 


2 


Monday 


Camot d. 1823. Battle of Weissenberg, 1870. 


8 


Tuesday 


Arkwright d. 1792. Coulomb d. 1806. 


4 


Wednesday 


Shelley & 1792. 


5 


Thursday 




6 


Friday 


Ben Jonson d, 1637. Battle of Woerth, 1 870. 


7 


Saturday 




6 


Auitlras 


nth Sunday after Trimiy. Canning dl 1827. 


9 


Monday 


Dryden^. 1631. 


10 


Tuesday 




11 


Wednesday 




12 


Thursday 


George Stephenson d. 1848. 


13 


Friday 


Lavoisier b. 1743. 


14 


Saturday 




15 


Ibuittms 


I2th Sunday after Trmty. Auumption B. V. 
Mary. Napoleon Bonaparte h. 1769. 


16 


Monday 


Battle of Tchemaya, 1855. 


17 


Tuesday 


Admiral Blake d 1657. 


18 


Wednesday 




19 


Thurwlay 


Fiamsteed b. 1646. Delambre d. 1822. 


20 


Friday 


Izaak Walton b. 1593. 


21 


Saturday 




22 


Jbtttums 


13<A Sunday after Trinity. Warren Hastings 
d. 1818. 


23 


Monday 


Herschel d. 1822. 


24 


Tuesday 


St. Bartholomew. Chatterton (f. 1770. 


25 


Wednesday 


Hume rf. 1776. 


26 


Thursday 




27 


Friday 




28 


Saturday 


Goethe b. 1749. 


29 


Autums 


Uth Sunday after Trinity. Leigh Hunt d 1859. 


80 


Monday 


PaleyJ. 1743. 


31 


Tuesday 


Bunyan d. I68& 



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1 


Wednesdaj 




2 


Thursday 




' 3 


Friday 


UniTersity Charters issued, 1850. Olhrer 
Cromwell d 1658. 


4 


Saturday 


Capitulation of Sedan, 1870. 


5 


Jbntoms 


I5th Sunday after Trinity. Louis XL V.M688. 


6 


Monday 




7 


Tuesday 


Dr. Johnson b. 1709. Capture of Sevastopol, 
1855. 


6 


Wednesday 




9 


Thureday 




10 


Friday 




11 


Saturday 


Ricardo d. 1823. 


12 


Jbiuiims 


I6th Sunday after Trinity. 


13 


Monday 


Charle8Foxrf.l806. 


14 


Tuesday 


Landing of Allied Armies in the Crimea, 1854. 
DukeofWellington£il852. Cooperd:i851. 


15 


Wednesday 


Brunei d. 1859. 


16 


Thursday 


' 


17 


Friday 


Condorcet b. 1743. 


18 


Saturday 


Prior rf. 1721. 


19 


Sbuitlras 


nth Sunday after Trinity. Romer d. 1702. 


20 


Monday 


Battle of the Alma, 1854. 


21 


Tuesday 


St Matthew. FaUof Delhi, 1857. 


22 


Wedncflday 




23 


Thiffsday 


BeUni d. 1835. Boerhaave d. 1738. 


24 


Friday 




25 


Saturday 


Equal day and night Relief of Lucknow, 
1857. 


26 


Jbnnlms 


ISth Sunday after Trinity. 


27 


Monday 




28 


Tuesday 


Sir William Jones b. 1746. 


29 


Wednesday 


StMiehad. Battleof Ears, 1855. 


30 ThuTflday 

( 


DoUond d. 1761. Jewish Year, 5636» begins. 



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1 


Friday 




2 


Saturday 




3 


Jbtttoms 


19til Sunday o^ Trimiy. Channixigd: 1642. 


4 


Monday 




5 


Tuesday 


Horace Walpole ft. 1717. 


6 


Wednesday 




7 


Thursday 




8 


Friday 




9 


Saturday 


Cerrantes h. 1547. 


10 


Jbmtlms 


2DM Sunday after Trimiy. DaTid Gregory 
d. 1708. 


11 


Monday 




12 


Tuesday 


Stephenson d. 1859. 


13 


Wednesday 


Canova d. 1822. 


14 


Thursday 




15 


Friday 




16 


Saturday 


Burckhardt rf. 1817. TomceUi ft. 1608. 


17 


Jbtttums 


2lst Stmday after Trirnty. Sir Philip Sidney 
d, 1586. 


18 


Monday 


St. Luke, Lord Falmerston d. 1865. 


19 


Tuesday 


Swift d. 1745. First Term b^ins^ Q. C B., 
Q. C. C, & Q. C. G. 


20 


Wednesday 


Sir Christopher Wren b. 1632. 


21 


Thursday 


Battle of Trafalgar, and death of Nelson, 1805. 
SmoUettii.1771. 


22 


Friday 




23 


Saturday 




24 


Jbutums 


22nd Sunday after Trinity. 


25 


Monday 


BatdeofBalaUaTa, 1854. 


26 


Tuesday 




27 


Wednesday 


Capitulation of Metz, 1870. 


28 


Thursday 


St. Sinum and St. Jude. Wallis d 1703. 
Locke rf. 1704. 


29 


Friday 


Sir Walter Raleigh ilieia Halley 5. 1656. 


30 


Saturday 


Sheridan h. 1751. Lord Rosse d. 1867. 


31 


fttttums 


2Zrd Sunday cfter Dinity. Lord Dundonald 
d.1860. 



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1 


Wednesday 


Princess of Wales b, 1844. 


2 


Thuraday 


Cortez d. 1554. 


3 


Friday 


Flaxman d, 1826. 


4 


Saturday 


Richelieu €f. 1642. 


5 


Ibttttlms 


2Ttd Sunday in Advent. Mozart d. 1792. 


6 


Monday 




7 


Tuesday 




8 


Wednesday 


Conception of B, V,M. 


9 


Thursday 


Milton b, 1608. Clarendon d, 1674. 


10 


Friday 


Letters Patent, constituting the College Sta- 
tutes, issued, 1849. Hogarth 5. 1697. 


11 


Saturday 




12 


Sbunlxas 


Srd Sunday in Advent, 


13 


Monday 


Samuel Johnson d, 1784. 


14 


Tuesday 


Prince Albert </. 1861. George Washington d. 
1799. 


15 


Wednesday 


Tzaak Walton rf. 1683. 


16 


Thursday 




17 


Friday 




16 


Saturday 


Soame Jenyns rf. 1 787. 


19 


Autums 


4th Sunday in Advent, 


20 


Monday 


Inauguration of Q. C. B., 1849. 


21 


Tuesday 


Shortest day. Boccaccio c?. 1375. Keplerft.1571. 


22 


Wednesday 


Yarignond 1722. 


23 
24 


Thursday 
Friday 


Yasco de Grama d. 1525. 


25 


Saturday 


Christmas Day. Newton b. 1642. 


26 


JbntUmfi 


Ist Sunday after Christmas. St. S^hen. 
Sturm d, 1703. 


27 


Monday 


St, John. Macaday d. 1859. 


28 


Tuesday 


Innocents' Ikty. 


29 


Wednesday 


Malthus d, 1834. Brook Taylor d. 1731. 
Thomas a Beckete/. 1170. 


30 


Thursday 


Letters Patent, incorporating Queen^sCoUeges, 
issued, 1845. Boyle d. 1691. 


31 


Friday 


WycliflTe d, 1384. 



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THE QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY IN IRELAND. 

FOUNDED 1860. 



The Queen's XJniFersity in Ireland was founded and in- 
corporated by Royal Charter, dated 3rd September, 1850. 
The general legislation, government, and administration 
of the University under the Charter, and in cases not pro- 
vided for by it, are vested in the University Senate. 
For a list of the memberB of the Senate, see p. 89. 



EOYAL CHARTER 
Victoria, by the Grace of Qod, of the United Kingdom 
of Great Britain and Ireland, Queen, Defender of the 
Faith, to all to whom these presents shall come, greeting. 

Whereas, by Letters Patent under the Great Seal of Ire- Th« origiiua 
land, bearing date at Dublin, the third day of September, SToaera-f 
in the fourteenth year of our reign, Wb did grant, declare, ^^^"^^^ 
and constitute certain persons therein mentioned, and all 
the persons who might thereafter be appointed to be Chan- 
cellor or Members of the University Senate, as therein men- 
tioned, one body politic and corporate, by the name of tho 
* Queen's University in Ireland," and Wb did by our said 
Charter further will and ordain, that the ChanceUor and 
Senate for the time being of the said University, should 
have full power from time to time to make and alter any 
by-laws and regulations (so as the same were not repug- 
nant to the laws of our realm, or to the general objects and 



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16 CHARTER OF THE QUEEN's UNIVERSITY. 

provisions of tbat our Charter) touching the matters therein 
mentioned, and in general touching all other matters what- 
soever regarding the said University; and that all such 
by-laws and regulations, when reduced into writing, and 
after the Common Seal of the said University should have 
been affixed thereto, should be binding upon all persons, 
members thereof, and all candidates for degrees to be con- 
ferred by the same, all such by-laws and regulations having 
been first submitted to our Lieutenant>Gene:al and General 
Governor of Ireland, and sanctioned and approved of by 
him ; and We did further will and declare tbat Queen's 
College, Belfast ; Queen's College, Cork ; and Queen's Col- 
lege, Galway, should be Colleges of the said University^ 
and that the said University should possess and exercise 
the full Dower of granting all such degrees as are granted 
by other Universities or Colleges in the several Faculties 
of Arts, Medicine, and Law, to Students who have com- 
pleted in one or other of the Colleges of the said Univer- 
sity, the courses of education prescribed and directed for 
the several degrees, in the manner and by the authority in 
the aforesaid Charter described ; and that such reasonable 
fees should be charged for the degrees conferred, as the said 
Chancellor and Senate, with the approbation of the Com- 
missioners of our Treasury, should from time to time direct, 
and that such fees should be carried to one General Fee 
Fund, for the payment of the expenses of the said Univer- 
sity, under the directions and regulations of the Commis- 
sioners of our Treasury. 
andftSnp- And whereas, by our Letters Patent under the Great 
Sh^er, iL Seal of Ireland, bearing date at Dublin, the seventeenth 
day of January, in the fifteenth year of our reign, We did 
enlarge the powers of the said Chancellor and Senate. 

Know ye, therefore, that We of our special grace, certain 
knowledge and mere motion, by and with the advice and 
consent of the Most Reverend Father in God, our right 



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dtod. 



CHABT£R OF THE QD££N*8 UKIVERSITT. 17 

irnsty and right entirely beloved Counoiilor, Richard 
GheneTix^ Archbishop of Dublin, our right truBty and 
well-beloyed Councillor Maziere Brady, our Chancellor of 
that part of our said United Kingdom called Ireland, onr 
right trusty and well-beloved Councillor, Francis Black* 
bume, Lord Justice of Appeal of our High Court of Chan- 
cery in that part of our said United Kingdom called Ireland, 
and our right trusty and well-beloved Councillor, Sir George 
Brown, Knight, Grand Cross of the Most Honorable Order 
of the Bath, General in our Army and Commanding our 
Forces in that part of our said United Kingdom called 
Ireland, our Justices-General and General Governors of that 
part of our said United Kingdom called Ireland, and accord- 
ing to the tenor and effect of our Letter, under our Privy 
Signet and Royal Sign Manual, bearing date at our Court 
at Saint James's, the Fourteenth day of September, One 
Thousand Eight Hundred and Sixty-four, in the Twenty- 
eighth Tear of our Reign, and now enrolled in the Rolls 
of our High Court of Chancery in Ireland, aforesaid, have 
revoked and determined, aad do by these presents revoke and nrokeit. 
and determine the said recited Letters Patent, and every 
clause, article, and thing therein contained respectively ; 
and deeming it to be fit and necessary, in order to render 
complete and satisfactory the courses of education to be 
followed by Students in the Colleges which have been, or 
may hereafter be founded by Us, our heirs or successors, 
under and by virtue of the provisions of an Act passed in 
the Session of Parliament holden in the eighth and ninth 
years of our reign, and intituled '' An Act to enable Her 
Majesty to endow new Colleges for the advancement of 
learning in Ireland," that provision should be made by 
which such Students should be enabled to obtain and 
receive the several degrees and distinctions, which are or 
may be granted and conferred in other Colleges and Univer- 
sities in our kin*^dom of Great Britain and Ireland. 



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id CHARTER OF THE QUEEN's UNIVER81TT. 

The UiuT«xw 2. And further, know ye, that We of oiir special grace, 
^^, certain knowledge, and mere motion, hj and with the 

advice and consent of our sai^ Most Reverend Father in 
God, our right trusty aud right entirely beloved Councillor, 
Richard Ghenevix, Archbishop of Dublin, our right trusty 
and well-beloved Councillor, Maziere Brady, our Chancellor 
of that part of our said United Kingdom called Ireland, 
our right trusty and well-beloved Councillor, Francis Black- 
bume, Lord Justice of Appeal of our High Court of Chan- 
cery in that part of our said United Kingdom called Ireland, 
our right trusty and well-beloved Councillor, Sir George 
Brown, Knight, Grand Cross of the Most Honorable Order 
of the Bath, General in our Army and Commanding our 
Forces in that part of our said United Kingdom called Ire- 
land, our Justices-General and General Governors of that 
part of our said United Kingdom called Ireland, and ac- 
cording to the tenor and effect of our aforesaid Letter, have 
willed, ordered, constituted, ordained, and founded, and bv 
these presents for Us, our heirs and successors. We do will, 
order, constitute, ordain, and found a University, which 
shall be one body politic and corporate, by the name of 
*'The Queen's University in Ireland;" by which name such 
body politic shall have perpetual succession, and shall have 
a Common Seal, and shall by the same name sue and be 
sued, implead and be impleaded, and answer and be an- 
swered unto, in every Court of Us, our heirs and succes- 
s(»«, and which University is hereinafter referred to as the 
University. 
Tbo Corpo. 3. And We do further will and ordain that the said body 
politic and corporate shall consist of a Chancellor, Sena- 
tors, Secretary, Professors, Graduates, and Students ; and 
that the Chancellor shall be the person whom We hereby 
appoint, or whom We, our heirs or successors, shall from 
time to time appoint Chancellor of the University ; and 
that the Senators shall be such persons, not exceeding 



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ntloB 
4«fiiiod. 



CHARTER OF THE QUCEM^S UKIV£R8iTr. 19 

twentj-foar in number, as Wb hereby appoint, and as Wb, 
oor Leirs and sncoessors, shall from time to time appoint 
Senators under oar or their Sign Manual, and as shall be 
from time to time appointed Senators by ConFocation, 
under the powers hereinafter contained, with such addi- 
tional number as may be admitted by reason of the crea- 
tion of any new College, as hereinafter is provided ; and 
that the Secretary shall be the person already appointed 
by the Senate of the Uniyersity created by our said Letters 
Patent of the third day of September, in the fourteenth 
year of our reign, or the person^ who shall be appointed 
Secretary of the University for the time being, under the 
powers hereinafter contained; and that the Professors shall 
be the persons who have been or shall hereafter be ap- 
pointed Professors of Colleges of the University : and that 
the Graduates shall be the persons on whom respectively 
tlic said University created by our said former Letters 
Patent of the third day of September, in the fourteenth 
year of our reign, has conferred any degree, and the persons 
(in whom the University created by this our Charter shall 
hereafter confer any degree, after a regular course of study 
wholly pursued in the Colleges of the University, or part 
of it pursued in such other ways as are expressly permitted 
by the provisions hereinafter contained,and the rest pursued 
in the Colleges of the University, and the persons on whom 
tbe University created by this our Charter shall confer 
Ad-eundem, or Honorary degrees, under the provisions 
hereinafter contained ; and that the Students in any year 
shall be the persons attending lectures or instruction given 
in that year in the Colleges of the University, and whose 
Barnes eliall have been placed on the records of the Uni- 
versity as Students matriculated in the University under 
the provisions hereinafter contained, and that the aforesaid 
Chancellor, Senators, and Professors, shall, each and every 
«nc of them, hold their respective offices daring the will and 



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20 CHABTER OF THE QUE£N*S UNlVEttSITr. 

pleasure of Ub, our Lein or siicceasors, or antil the term 
for which they shall have heen elected shall have expired. 
2t*£u^"" *• ^^ ^* ^^ hereby further will and ordain that by the 
bATepower aforosaid name of the Queen's University in Ireland, they 
dispoM of and their successors shall be able and capable in law to 
^^ * take, purchase, and hold to them and their successors, any 
goods, chattels, or personal property whatsoever, and shall 
also be able and capable in law, notwithstanding the 
Statutes of Mortmain, to take, purchase, and hold to them 
and their successors, not only all such lands, buildings, 
hereditaments, and possessions as may be from time to 
time used and occupied for the immediate purposes of the 
said University, but also any other lands, buildings, here- 
ditaments, and possessions whatsoever, situate within our 
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, not exceed- 
ing the annual value of ten thousand pounds, such annual 
value to be calculated and ascertained at tbe period of 
taking, purchasing, or acquiring the same, and that they 
and their successors shall be able and capable in law to 
grant, demise, alien, or otherwise dispose of all or any of 
the property, real or personal, belonging to the said Uni- 
versity ; and also to do all other matters incidental or ap- 
pertaining to a body corporate. 
The new ^« And Wb further will, ordain, and grant that the goods, 

SSIm ote^ chattels, and property of the University, created by our 
Sme^'oM in said Letters Patent of the third day of September, in the 
"wSty Md ^o'lrtecDt^ year of our reign, shall be and become the pro- 
perty of the University created by this our Charter ; and 
that the University created by this our Charter shall pay 
and discharge all the debts and liabilities of the University 
created by our said Letters Patent of the third day of Sep- 
tember, in the fourteenth year of our reign, 
and fnra- 6. And Wb further will and ordain that all by-laws, 
vhSm^T i^gtibitions, and appointments of officers made by the Uni* 
icgitisuon. y^„ity created by our said Letters Patent of the third day 



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CHARTER OF THE QXJEEM'S UNIVERSITY. 21 

of September, in the fourteenth year of our reign, and in 
force at or immediately before the granting of this our 
Charter, shall, until they shall be altered, repealed, or 
rescinded, remain in force as by-laws, regulations, 
and appointments of the University created by this our 
Charter. 

7. And Wb further will and ordain that the University Tho Unitrar- 
created by this our Charter shall have power to grant to powAredto 
Matriculated Candidates, who shall have pursued a regular m^^to*' 
course of study, cither wholly in one or more of the Colleges the qum^ 
of the University, or part of it in such other places or ways ^"•**^ 
as are expressly permitted by the provisions hereinafter 
contained, and the rest in one or more of the Colleges of 

the University, all such degrees or other distinctions as can 
be conferred in or by any other University in our United 
Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland : and further, shall 
have power to admit, by special grace. Graduates of other 
Universities in our said United Kingdom of Great Britain 
and Ireland to similar and equal degrees in our said Uni- 
versity in Ireland ; and to admit to Honorary degrees men 
of eminent attainments in any branch of knowledge or in 
the public service: Provided always and only that the Uni- 
versity created by this our Charter shall not confer any 
degree or other distinction in Theology. 

8. And Wb further will and ordain that the Chancellor The chaa- 
shaU be the Head and Chief Officer of the University, and Vioe^chaa- 
shall preside over its meetings, and shall sign and authen- appdatad. 
ticate all its official acts ; and that there shall be a Yice- 
Chancellor of the University, who shall exercise all the 
functions of the Chancellor, in the absence of the Chancel- 
lor^ and that the office of Yice-Chancellor shall be an annual 

office, but that the oatgoing Vice-Chancellor may be re- 
electedy and that the Vice-Chancellor nominated by this 
our Charter shall go out of office at the end of the present 
calendar year, and that the Vice-Chancellor shall be elected 



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22 CHABTE& OF TR£ QUEEN's UMVEB81TY. 

by the Senate from among their own number, subject to the 
approvai of the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland for the time 
being ; and the Vice-chancellor so elected and approved 
shall hold his office for the calendar year next following 
his election, or, in case of a vacancy occurring before the 
expiration of the year of office, for the remainder of the 
year in which such vacancy shall have happened ; and 
until such election, the functions of yice-Ghancellor shall 
be exercised by the Senior Senator for the time being. 
Th« Seu^ 9. And We further will and ordain that the Ciiancellor 
TMii^ and Senators for the time being shall constitute the Senate 
sppoiBto ^£ ^jj^ University ; and We hereby appoint our right trusty 
and right entirely well-beloved Cousin and Councillor, 
Oboege William Fbedebick, Eabl of Clabbndon, K.a 
and Q.O.B., to be the first Chancellor of the University ; 
and our right trusty and well-beloved Councillor, Maziere 
Brady, our Chancellor of that part of our said United King- 
dom called Ireland, to be the first yice-Chancellor of the 
University ; and the aforesaid our right trusty and well- 
beloved Councillor, Maziere Brady, our Chancellor of Ire- 
land; our right trusty and right well-beloved William 
Earl of Brosse, Knight of the Most Illustrious Order of St. 
Patrick, Doctor in Laws, Fellow of the Royal Society, Chan- 
cellor of the University of Dublin ; our right trusty and 
well -beloved Councillors, Thomas Buron Monteagle, of 
Brandon, Master in Arts^ Fellow of the Royal Society ; 
Francis Blackbume, Lord Justice of Appeal in that part 
of our said United Kingdom called Ireland, Doctor in 
Laws, Yice-Chancellor of the University of Dublin ; David 
Richard Pigot^ Chief Baron of our Court of Exchequer in 
that part of our said United Kingdom called Ireland; 
our trusty and well-beloved the President of Queen's Col- 
lege, Bel&st^ for the time being ; the President of Queen's 
College, Cork, for the time being; the President of Queen's 
College, Galway,,for the time being; Sir Richard Qriffitb, 



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CHARTEU OF THE QUEEN'S UNIYEESITr. 23 

£an>oei> Doctor in La we ; Dominick John Corrigan^ Eaquire, 
Doctor ID Medicine, President of the King and Queens 
College of Phjsiciaus in Ireland, our Physician in Ordi- 
nary in Ireland; Sir Thomas Aiskew Larcoro, Knight 
Commander of the Most Illustrious Order of the Bath, 
Doctor in Laws, Fellow of the Royal Society, Major- 
General in our Corps of Royal Engineers ; James Gibson, 
Esquire, Master in Arts, Barrister-at-Law ; and Robert 
Andrews, Esquire, Doctor in Laws, one of our Counsel-at- 
Liw ; our right trusty and well-beloved' Councillor, James 
Henry Monahan, Chief Justice of our Court of Common 
Pleas in that part of our said United Kingdom called Ire- 
hind ; our trusty and well-beloved Robert Adams, Esquire, 
Doctor in Medicine, Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons 
in Ireland, our Surgeon in Ordinary in Ireland ; our right 
trusty and right well-beloved Councillor, Sir Robert Peel, 
Baronet; the Right Reverend Father in God, our right 
trusty and right well-beloved William Bishop of Killaloe; 
and the Most Reverend Father in God, our right trusty aud 
right entirely beloved Cousin and Councillor, Richard Che- 
neviz. Archbishop of Dublin, to be the first Senators of the 
University, each and every one of whom shall hold his 
office during our will and pleasure. And We further will The order 
aud ordain that the seniority of the Senators, nominated SJSSS ^'^ 
by this our Charter, shall be determined by the order in ?"*<"">«*• 
which their names or offices appear in this our Charter ; 
and the seniority of Presidents of the Colleges of the Uni- 
versity, or other Members of Senate hereafter to be ap- 
pointed or elected, by the order in which they shall have 
been appointed or elected ; and, if appointed or elected at 
the same time, by the order in which their names shall 
appear in the instrument of appointment, or instrument or 
certificate of election. And We further will and ordain 
that the President for the time being of any College which 
may hereafter be founded by Us, our heirs or successors, 
under and by virtue of the provisions of the said herein- 



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24 eHARTXB OF THE QUEEN's UVIVERSITr. 

before redted Act, shall also be a member of the said TTni- 
Tersitj Senate, nnless it shall be otherwise provided in the 
Oharter of sach College. 
Tb«QaeeA*i 10. And Wb do hereby farther direct and ordain that 
ftpn^^ Queen's College, Belfast ; Queen*s College, Cork ; Queen's 
S?SSw- College, Qalway ; and such other College or Colleges as 
"*^' may hereafter be founded by Us, our heirs, or successors, 

under and by virtue of the provisions of an Act passed 
in the Session of Parliament holden in ihe eighth and 
ninth year of our reign, and intituled " An Act to enable 
Her Majesty to endow new Colleges for the advancement 
of Learning in Ireland," shall be, and they are hereby 
constituted. Colleges of the University, and all Professors 
of the said Colleges shall be Professors of the University ; 
but the said Colleges shall not iu any way be under the 
jurisdiction or control of the University Senate, further 
than as regards the regulations for qualifications for the 
several degrees, or other University distinctions, the said 
Colleges being in all other respects subjected only to the 
Charters and Statutes issued and approved of, or to be 
issued and approved of by Us, our heirs or successors, for 
the government of the said Colleges respectively. 
Th«G4mT»- 11. And Wb further will and ordain that the Chan- 
uni^ty* cellor, Senators, Secretary, Professors, and Registered 
Graduates of the University for the time being shall con- 
stitute the Convocation of the University, and that all 
Graduates of two years' standing shall be entitled to 
register, and that for this purpose a register of the mem- 
bers of Convocation shall be kept by such Officer, and in 
such manner as the Senate shall from time to time appoint 
and direct, which register shall be conclusive evidence 
that any person whose name shall appear thereon at the 
time of his claiming to vote in Convocation, is 00 entitled 
to vote ; and that any person whose name shall not appear 
thereon at the time of his claiming to vote in Convoca* 
tion, is not so entitled to vote. And Wb further ordain. 



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CHABTEB OF THE QUSEN's UNITEBSITT. 25 

and direct that aach Gbaduateei, present and future, shall 
pay such reasonable annoal fees in that behalf, and at such pMiof 
times, and with each liberty to compound for the same, c<mTo«iim. 
93 the said Senate, with the concurrence of Convocation, 
and with the approbation of the Commissioners of our 
Treasury, shall from time to time direct. And that the 
said Senate may make by-laws and regulations for taking 
off the name of any such Graduate for non-payment of 
such fees, and for reinstating such name on such terms as 
they shall by such by-laws or regulations prescribe in that 
behalf : Provided always, that no Ad-eundem or Honorary Ad-eBB4«m 
degree shall, without the consent of Convocation in each Degm!^ 
case, entitle the holder thereof to become a member of cobtm^h^ 
Convocation. SS^wnMttt 

12. And as We further deem it expedient that the ^2"''***' 
Convocation of the University shall be represented in the six of the 
University Senate, Wb direct and ordain that the second, beaiMstmibr 
and every alternate vacancy in the Senate, which shall 
arise from the death, resignation, or otherwise, of the 
persons hereinbefore nominated the first Senators, shall be 
supplied by the election of a Senator by Convocation for 
the three ensuing years under the powers hereinafter con* 
tained, until the number of the Senators elected by Con« 
vocation to supply such vacancies shall become six ; and 
that every vacancy in the Senate, which shall arise from 
the expiration of the term, or from the death, resignation, 
or otherwise, of a Senator elected by Convocation, shall 
likewise be supplied by the election of a Senator by Con- 
vocation, so that the total number of the Senators elected 
by Convocation may continue six ; and that the Senators 
elected by Convocation shall be elected from the members 
of Convocation, not holding office in any of the Colleges 
of the University ; and that each and every one of the 
Senators, so elected, shall hold office during the three 
calendar years next succeeding their election, or during 

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26 CBARTEB OF THE QUESM's UlfflTSRSlTT. 

our will and pleasare ; and that ontgoing Senators may be 
re-elected. 
Powwaofth* 13. And Wb further will and ordain that the Senate for 
the time being shall ha^e the entire management of, and 
superintendence over the affairs, concerns, and property of 
the said University ; and in all cases unprovided for by 
this our Charter, it shall be lawful for the Senate to act 
in such manner as shall appear to them best calcidated to 
promote the purposes intended by the University. And 
the said Senate shall have full power from time to time to 
make and alter any by-law and regulation (so as the same 
be not repugnant to the laws of our realm, or to the 
general objects and provisions of this our Charter), touch- 
ing the examinations and qualifications for degrees or 
other University distinctions, and touching the mode and 
time for convening the meetings of the Senate, and in 
general touching all other matters whatsoever regarding 
the University, not otherwise expressly provided for by 
this our Charter. And all such by-laws and regulations, 
when reduced into writing, and after the Common Seal of 
the University shall have been affixed thereto, shall be 
binding upon all persons, members thereof, and all Candi- 
dates for degrees to be conferred by the same — all such 
by-laws and regulations having been first submitted to our 
Lieu tenant-General and General Governor of Ireland, and 
approved of and countersigned by him : Provided always 
that it shall not be lawful for the said Senate to adopt or 
impose on any person any religious examination or test. 
Leg&iednea- 14. And Wb further will and ordain that it shall be 
punofld^a Competent to the Senate to receive as evidence of profee- 
l!^m CoLfcge. sional education, in part qualifying for degrees or other 
distinctions in law, certificates of attendance upon the 
lectures of such professional teachers as shall afford to the 
Senate full evidence of competency, and of possessing the 
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CHARTER OF THE QUEEN'S UXIVERSITr. 27 

sncli other regulations as may be from time to time made 
by the Semite ; aod that the Senate shall have power from 
time to time to define what courses are to be regarded as 
professional conrses ; provided that no degree in law shall 
be conferred on any candidate presenting such certificates 
unless he shall have previously received the degree of 
Bachelor in Arts in the University; provided further, 
that no other distinction in law, for which a regular course 
of study is prescribed in the Colleges of the University, 
shall bo conferred on any such candidate, unless he shall 
have studied a part of the course, extending over at least 
one session, in one of the Colleges of the University. 

15. And We further will and ordain that it shall be ^•^i^ 
competent to the Senate to receive as evidence of profes- m«7 be 
sional education, in part qualifying for degrees or other ran mr* 
distinctions in Medicine, or in any of its branches — Sur- "*"* * ^*' 
gery, Midwifery, or the like — certificates of attendance 

upon the lectures and hospital practice of such professional 
teachers as shall afford to the Senate full evidence of 
competency and of possessing the means of affording 
instruction, and who shall comply with such regulations 
as may be from time to time made by the Senate ; and 
that the Senate shall have power from time to time to 
define what courses are to be regarded as professiona, 
courses; provided always, that no degree or other dis- 
tinction in Medicine, or in any of its branches, shall be 
conferred on any candidate presenting such certificates, 
unless he shall have also studied two medical courses, ex- 
tending over at least one session, in one of the Colleges of 
the University. 

16. And We further will and ordain that the Senate sxAmioa- 
in addition to the power hereinbefore conferred to grant A^Lttw in 
degrees and other distinctions to Candidates who shall have h<ridl"^^ ^ 
studied in the Colleges of the University shall also have 

the power to grant to any Candidates whatsoever, whether 

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28 CHAETEB OF THE QUREN's UNIVERSITY. 

Members of the University op not, certificates of pro- 
ficiency^ to be tested by examination under sucli regnlatioos 
as the said Senate shall from time to time frame, with 
the approbation of oar Lieutenant-General and General 
Governor of Ireland for the time being : Provided that no 
degree shall be conferred on any Candidate who shall not 
have pursued his studies in some one or more of the Col* 
les goef the University so far as is hereinbefore prescribed ; 
provided farther, that no distinction of the same name as a 
distinction for which a regular coarse of study is preSicribed 
in the Colleges of the University, shall be conferred on any 
such candidate. 
FeMiMTbe 17. And We further will and ordain that the Senate 
*******' shall have power to demand and receive for the granting 
of degrees, or other University distinctions, and for the 
granting of certificates of proficiency, or of any other 
certificates whatsoever, and for registration and for matri- 
culation, such reasonable fees as the Senate, with the 
approbation of the Commissioners of our Treasury, shall 
from time to time direct. And such fees shall be carried 
to one General Fee Fund, for the payment of the expenses 
of the University, under the directions and regulations of 
the Commissioners of our Treasury, to whom the accounts 
of income and expenditure shall once in every year be 
submitted, which accounts shall be subject to such examina- 
tion and audit as the said Commissioners may direct. 
PdaesiMT 18. And as We deem it advisable that every facility 
be founded, gj^^^^]^ \^ afiordcd for the endowment of Fellowships, 
Scholarships, Exhibitions, or other Prizes, in connexion 
with and subject to the regulations of the University, We 
do hereby further direct and ordain that the Senate of the 
University shall have power to found and endow Fellow- 
ships^ Scholarships, Exhibitions^ or other Prizes for which 
byb«!uortorfunds may, by devise, donation, grant, or otherwise, be 
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CHARTER OF TIIS QUBEN's UNIVERSITT. 29 

attainment and tenure of the same as to them may seem 
fit ; proyided always, that the aforesaid Uniyersity Senate 
shall not interfere with the conrses for entrance, nor with 
' any regolations relating to Senior or Junior Scholarships, 
or other Prises, in the Colleges of the University. 

19. And We further will and direct that all questions 
which shall come before the Senate shall be decided by the 
majority of the members present ; and that the Chairman 
at any such meeting shall in all cases have a vote, and in 
case of an equality of votes shall have a second or casting 
vote. And We further will and direct that no question Five siiaU be 
shall be decided at any meeting unless the Chancellor and uio^~"'™ 



four Senators, or, in the absence of the Chancellor, unless 
five Senators be present at such decision. And We further 
will and ordain, that in the absence of the Chancellor and 
Yice-Chancellor from any meeting of Senate^ the Senior 
Senator present shall act as Chairman, to transact the 
business of the day. 

20. And We further will and ordain that the Senate Senate may 
shall have power to appoint Committees of its own mem- Committees 
hers, or of any members of the University, and to define ^eir powers. 
their powers and duties, and shall have power to dissolve 

such Committees. 

21. And We further will and ordain that the Senate Amwintment 
shall have power to appoint (and as they may see occasion, offioen. 

to remove) all Examiners, and a Secretary, and such other . 
Officers and Servants of the University as may be necessary 
for the despatch of business. 

22. And We further will and ordain that the Convoca-^«wo' 
tion of the University shall have the following powers, 

that ii^ to say : — ^the power of appointing six Senators, 
as hereinbefore provided ; the power of enabling absent 
members of Convocation to vote at such Elections of Sena- 
tors, by voting papers in such form or to such effect, and 
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30 CHARTER OF THE QUEEN*S UKIVERSITV. 

manner^ and subject to such regulations and prorisions as 
Convocation may from time to time determine, but not so 
to vote on anj other matter ; the power of discussing anj 
matter whatsoever relating to the Universitj, and of de- 
claring the opinion of Conyocation in any such matters, 
provided that no such discussion shall be raisedj unless 
notice thereof and of its subject shall have been given in 
writing to the Chancellor, the Vice-Chancellor, and the 
Secretary of the University, a week previously; the power 
of deciding in each case, whether the holder of an Ad- 
en ndem or Honorary degree, shall be entitled to become 
a member of Convocation ; the power of deciding on the 
mode of conducting and registering the proceedings of 
Convocation ; the power of appointing and removing a 
Clerk of Convocation, and of prescribing his duties. Ex- 
cept as expressly hereby provided, Convocation shall not 
be entitled to interfere in, or Lave any control over, the 
affairs of the University. 
When meet- 23. And Wb further will and ordain that once at least 
Tueationchft]! in every year, and as often as they may think fit, the 
Senate shall convene a meeting of Convocation, in such 
suitable place in the city of Dublin as they shall provide ; 
provided that no meeting of Convocation shall be held for 
any purpose other than the Election of Members of Senate, 
until after such time as We shall signify by warrant under 
our sign manual. Notice of the meetings of Convocation 
shall be given in such manner as the Senate shall from 
time to time determine, 
chftimuuiof 24. The Chancellor, or, in his absence, the Vice-Chan- 

CoiiTOMtion • 

cellor, shall be, in virtue of his office, Chairman of Convo- 
cation. In the absence of both the Chancellor and Vioe- 
Chancellor from any meeting of Convocation, the Members 
present shall elect one from among their number to act as 
Chairman. 
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CHARTER OF THE QUEEN's USIVERSITT. 31 

sball be decided by the majority of the members present; 
subject, however, to the provision hereinbefore contained 
with respect to the election of Senators. No question Thirty to be 
shall be decided at any meeting of Convocation unless convoolSon. 
thirty Members at least be present. 

26. Any meeting of Convocation shall have power to Conrocmtion 

may adjourn 
adjourn to a future day. any meeting 

27. And for the better promotion of education in Ireland, 
and for the furtherance of the objects of these presents, 
Wb hereby direct and ordain that all persons upon whom 
degrees or other distinctions have been conferred by the 
University created by our Charter of the third day of 
September, in the fourteenth year of our reign, and all 
persons who shall obtain degrees or other distinctions in 

the University created by this our Charter, shall be fully Pririiegoe of 
possessed of all such rights, privileges, and immunities as 
belong to similar degrees or distinctions granted by or in 
nny other University, and shall be entitled to whatever 
rank or precedence in any part of our United Kingdom is 
derived from similar degrees or distinctions granted by 
any other University. 

28. And Wb further will and ordain that it shall be Jid-ennd«m 
competent to the Senate to admit Students who shall have obuinodat 
pursued part of their studies in other Universities capable be ro^mbJd 
of granting degrees, and who shall have been admitted to 1115^^°' 
corresponding rank in any College of the University, to all 

the privileges in the University created by this our Charter 
which they would have enjoyed if the studies so pursued 
in other Universities, and accepted by Colleges of the 
University, had been pursued in the Colleges of the Uni- 
versity created by this eur Charter. 

29. And Wb further will and ordain that a register of a nMxj of 
the Members of the University shall be kept by such uontobT'*' 
officer and in such manner as the Senate of the University ^^^^ 
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32 CHABTEB OF THE QUEEN's UMIVEBSITT. 

sball be conclosive eridence that anj person whose name 
sliall appear therein is a Member of the Universitj. And 
We farther will and direct that the Colleges of the Uni- 
versity shall from time to time report to the Senate the 
names of the Students who shall be engaged in pursuing 
therein courses for degrees or other University distinc- 
tions, in order that their names may be enrolled in the 
records of the University as Matriculated Students. 
Scat of the 30. And We do hereby direct and ordain that the said 
iMiB Dabiin. Quecu's University in Ireland shall have its seat, and hold 
its meetings in the city of Dublin, in such place as may 
from time to time be appointed for that purpose by warrant 
of the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland ; and all degrees granted 
by the Senate of the University as aforesaid shall be pub- 
licly granted and conferred in such place in said city as 
the Senate shall from time to time, with the permission of 
the said Lord Lieutenant, select. 
TiMQneoa 31. And We reserve to ourselves, our heirs and succes- 
'' sors, and to any person or persons whom We or they may 
think fit to appoint for the purpose, to be the Visitor or 
Visitors, of the University, with full power and authority 
to do all those things which pertain to Visitors, as often as 
to Us and our successors shall seem meet. 
▲ Beportof 32. And We do further direct and ordain that the 
aad pra(T«M Chancellor, or in his absence the Vice-Chancellor of the 
mi^tobe University, shall annually furnish a report to our Lieute* 
uuMaUy. nant-Oeneral and Qeneral Governor of Ireland, on the 
condition and progress of the University. 

33. And We do further for Us, our heirs and successors^ 
grant and declare that this our Boyal Letter and the 
Letters Patent, intended to be issued by virtue hereof, or 
the enrolment or exemplification of such Letter^ Patent, 
shall be in all things good, firm^ valid, and effectual in the 
law, according to the true intent and meaning of the same^ 
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CHARTER OF THE QUEEN'S UKIVSRSITr. 33 

Courts or elsewliere, in the most fayoarable and beneficial 
sense, and for the best advantage of the said Uniyersitj,^ 
anj mis-recital, non-recital, omission, defect^ imperfection, 
matter, or thing whatsoever notwithstanding. And Wx 
do hereby promise and declare for Us and our successors 
that we and thej shall and will at all times hereafter give 
and grant to the aforesaid Chancellor and Senate for the 
time being and their successors such other reasonable 
powers and authorities as may be necessary for the better 
government thereof and the more effectual execution of 
these premises. Provided always that these our Letters 
Patent be enrolled in the Rolls of our High Court of Chan- . 
eery in Ireland aforesaid within the space of six months 
next ensuing the date of these presents. 

In Witness whereof We have caused these our Letters 
to be made Patent. Witness our Justices-General and 
General Governors of Ireland, at Dublin, this Eighth day 
of October, in the Twenty -eighth Tear of our Beign. 



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REGULATIONS. 

Matbioulated Students. 

In order to obtain a Degree or Diploma in the Queen*B 
University, it is necessary to enter one of the Colleges* of 
the University, to pass the Entrance Examination, and 
to pursue a fixed course of study. 

The names of those students who pass the Entrance 
Examination are placed on the Roll of the University, and 
they thereby become Matriculated Students. 

The Matriculated Students may be classed as follow: — 
I. Those intending to proceed to the Degrees of B.A. 

and M.A. 
II. Those intending to proceed to the Diploma in Ele- 
mentary Law, or to the Degrees of LL.B. and 
LL.D. along with that of B A. 
III. Those intending to proceed to the Degrees of M.D., 

M.Ch., and the Diploma in Midwifery. 
lY. Those intending to proceed to the Degree in Engi- 
neering. 

OccASioNAi. Students. 

Persons may attend the Lectures of any of the Professors 
without passing the Entrance or any other Examination. 

Examination of Candidates who are not Membebs 
OF the Universitt. 

These Examinations are held annually in June. 

The Examinations for men and boys will this year be 
held in Dublin, in the Queen's Colleges at Belfast^ Cork, 
and Galway, and simultaneously in other places, if it be 
requested and found expedient 

Local Committees wishing to have Examinations held in 
their several districts may obtain all necessary information 
from the Secretary, Queen's University, Dublin Castle. 

« Queen's College, Belfast; Queen's College, Cork; Qaeen's 
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REGULATIONS. — ARTS. 3 J 

The Examinations for women will this year be held in 
Belfast, Qalwaj, and simultaneously in other places, if it 
be requested and found expedienL 

Ladies' Superintending Committees wishing to have 
Examinations held in their sereral districts may obtain 
all necessary information from the Secretary, Qaeen^s 
Uniyersity, Dublin Castle. 

Members of other Ukiversities. 
Stadents who have pursued part of their studies in other 
Uniyersities, and who have been admitted to correspond- 
ing rank in one of the Colleges of the Queen's University, 
maybe admitted to Examination for Degrees and Diplomas 
in Arts, Law, and Engineering, provided they have at- 
tended the Lectures of the Queen's College to which they 
have been admitted, in all subjects prescribed by the 
following Regulations, in which they had not previously 
passed ; and that their entire Undergraduate Course have 
extended to the number of Sessions required by these 
fiegolations. 



The Degree of Bachelor ik Arts.* 
Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor in Arts are 
required — 

1. To have been admitted Matriculated Students of the 
Queen's University in the Facolty of Arts. 

2. To have subsequently studied in one of the Colleges of 
the Unirersity the Course herein prescribed. 

3. To have passed two University Examinations. 

Candidates for this Degree must enter their names with 
the fiegistrar of one of the Colleges of the Uniyersity, and 
pay to the Bursar the prescribed College and Class Fees. 
They must then pass the Entrance Examination. 

In each of the Colleges, the Session extends from the 
third Tuesday in October to the second Saturday in the 
following June, with short recesses at Christmas and 
Easter. Each Session consists of three terms. 



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36 RBGULATIOKS. — ^ABTS. 

The course for the Degree of Bachelor in Arts extend* 
over three Sessions, and comprises attendance on the fol- 
lowing curriculum : — 

FIRST 8E8SIOK. 

EoglUh (One Tenn). 

Greek. 

Xiatin. 

A Modern Continental Lanf^nage. 

Mathematics. 

BECOHO SESSION. 

Logic (One Term). 
Katnral Philosophy. 

Along with any two of the following :— 
Greek (Second Course). 

Latin (Second Course). ^^ ^ ^ ^ 

A Modem Continental Language (Second Cour8e> 
Mathematics (Second Course). 

THIRD SESSION. 

Enriish Language and Literature. 
Metaphysics, or History, or Pc^tical Economy. 

(Two Terms). 
Chemistry. 
Zoology, or Botany. 
Third year's Students may suhstitute attendance on one 
or on two courses of Honor Lectures, for a like numher of 
the courses above set down for study in the third Session.* 

• Under this Begnlation Candidates are at liberty to suhstitute one 
or two of the following courses for a like number of the courses set 
down for study in the Thkd Session, via. : 

Greek, 



Latin, 
Pore Mathematics, 
Mathematical Physics, 
Experimental Physics, 



Geology & Phyrical Geography, 

French, 

German, 

Italian, 

Logic; 



jjrovided that the Rules of the College Council admit of ^^J>»fkmff 
tKbstitution, and provided further that the courses substituted aie 
cS^^VSally preparing Students for one or more of the Honor Exa- 

"^S/t^teWeS'^^ the same condi^ons to att«.d Honor 
Co^ ontwo of the subjects, Metaphysics, History^ and Pohtical 
E^^T as two of the courVes of the Third Session. Candidates who 
^XiSvlof this permission « at Ub^r^r to attend the third of 
S^ subjects as another course of the Third Session. 

TJSd^StTrpieUtion appUes to the od,u««io^^^ Botany and Zool^^^^ 
«Wch ^count as two courses of the Third Session, provided tiiat one 
S^^rHonor C^^^^ ^^ theconditions stated above. 



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KSOCLATION8.— ABT8. 37 

Attendance on all the foregoing courses inclades passing 
such Examinations as may be appointed by the College 
Coondl, and the catechetical parts of the courses of 
Lectures. 

In each College there is a General Examination in the 
subjects upon which lectures have been delivered during 
the Session, There is also a Supplementary Examination 
in the same subjects, at the commencement of the following 
Session. All Students must pass either the General Ex- 
amination or the Supplementary Examination, before they 
proceed with the course of the succeeding year. 

Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor in Arts must 
reside at their respective Colleges during at least the first 
two terms of each Session, but may be exempted from 
residence during the third term by a special grace of the 
College Council. 

Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor in Arts are re* 
quired to pass two University Examinations — ^the First 
University Examination and the Degree Examination — 
both of which are held in Dublin. 

Students who have completed their second Session must 
attempt the First University Examination before rising to 
the third year, unless prevented by illness or other inevit- 
able accident, in which case the Senate may admit them to 
a Supplementary Examination. 

Candidates who have attempted, but failed to pass, the 
If'irst University Examination in October, will be admitted 
to a Supplementary Examination in December or Janu- 
ary. The courses at the Supplementary Examination are 
the same as the Pass Courses prescribed for the Examina- 
tion of the previous Octobc^. Each candidate must 
f(Mrward to the Secretary, on or before the 1 st of December, 
notice of his intention to offer himself as a candidate, 
stating the grounds upon which he applies to be admitted. 

First University Examination in Arts. 

The cmrriculum for the Pass Examination includes the 
following courses in Greek, Latin, a Modem Continental 
Language, and Mathematical Science. 

English Composition forms a part of all University 
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^8 JUBOUI^TIONS.— ARTS. 

The oonises prescribed in Greek and Latin 



1875. 
In Greek, 
Euripidet— A Icestis. 
Xenophon — Memorabilia, Book 

II. 
Prose Composition. 

In Latin, 

Horace — Odes. 

Cicero^Ad Familiares, I., 11., 

III. 
Prose Composition. 



1876. 
In Greek. 
Euripides — A Icestis. 
Xenophon— Memorabilia, Book 

II. 
Prose Composition. 

In Latin, 

Horace — ^Epistles. 

Cicero — ^Ad Familiares, I., II., 

Prose Composition. 



In lilodern Languages, each Candidate will be allowed 
to select for Examination the French, the German, or the 
Italian Language, and will be required to translate from 
two modem Authors, in the Language selected, and to 
translate an Exercise from English into the same Lan* 
guage. No Candidate who fails to satisfy the Examiner 
in Composition will be allowed to pass. 

Mathematical Science includes Mathematics and Mathe- 
matical Physics. 

The Mathematical Coarse comprises-^ 

The Ist, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 6th Books of Euclid, and the 
Definitions of the 5th Book. 

Arithmetic. 

Algebra, induding the usual Bules, to the end of Quadratic 
Equations, Proportion, Binomial Theorem for positire in- 
tegral ezponents, Geometrical and Arithmetical Progres- 
sions, and the Nature and Use of Logarithms. 

Plane Trigonometry to the end of the solution of triangles. 

The Course of Mathematical Physics comprises Me- 
chanics, Hydrostatics, Optics, and Elementary Astronomy, 
as treated in such works as Newth's First Book of Natural 
Philosophy, and Galbraith and Hanghton's Manuals. 

The Examination will be held in October. 

Each Candidate must forward to the Secretary, on or 
before the 1st of September, notice of his intention to 
offer himself as a Candidate. 

Honors. — Competitors for Honors at the First Uniyer- 
fiity Examination will be required to answer in Formal 
Logic as well as in the subjects of the Pass Course. 



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39 



Two papers, one Honor and one Pass, will be set to the 
Competitors for Honors in each of the following subjects, 
Tiz. : — ^Greek, Latin, Mathematics, Mathematical Physics ; 
and each Candidate must answer fh)m two at least of these 
Honor Papers to be entitled to Honors. 

The course for the Honor Papers in Greek and Latin 
comprises — 



1876. 
In Greek, 

Homer — Odyssey, Books 19 to 
24 (inclusiye). 

Euripides — Iphigenia in AuUde. 

Herodotus — Book 3. 

l>eino8thene8 — Philippic Ora- 
tions. 

Composition in Prose and Verse. 

In Latin, 

Virgil— Georgica. 
Horace— Odes and Epodes. 
TacituB— Agricola and Ger- 



Cicero— AdFamiliare8,I.,n.,IIL 
Compoflition in Prose and Verse. 



1876. 

In Greek, 

Homer— Odyssey, Books 19 to 

24 rincinsiye). 
Emripides — Hippolytus. 
Herodotus — Book 3. 
Demosthenes— Philippic Ora- 
tions. 
Composition in Prose and Verse. 

In Latin, 
Terence — Adelphi, Phormio. 
Horace — Satires and Epistles 

(including the Art of Poetry). 
Tacitus — Agricola and Ger- 

mania. 
Cicero — ^AdFamiliares,!.,!!.,!!!. 
Composition in Prose and Verse. 



The course for the Honor Papers in Mathematics com- 
prisefr— 

Euclid— Books 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, and Definitions of Book 6. 

Elements of Solid Geometry. 

Algebra, including Theory of Equations. 

Plane and Spherical Trigonometry. 

Analytical Geometry of two dimensions, as far as the Equa* 

tion of the Second Degree. 
Differential and Integral Calculus. 

The Honor Course in Mathematical Physics embraces 
a more advanced treatment of the subjects of the Pass 
Course. It is represented by such books as Newth's 
Mechanics and Hydrostatics, Kerr's Rational Mechanics, 
Parkinson's Mechanics, Todhunter's Mechanics for Be- 
ginners, Galbraith and Haughton's, or 0. Aii^s Optics^ 
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40 SfiOVLATIONS.— ARTS* 

The Candidates who pass with Honors will be arranged 
in two classes. They will receive prizes and certificates 
of Honor. 

Three Exhibitions, founded by public subscription, of 
the annual value of £20 for three years; three of the 
annual value of £ 15 for three years ; and two of the anhual 
value of £10 for three years, will be competed for at the 
Honor Examination. For the regulations regarding these 
Exhibitions see the University Calendar. 



Degbee Examination in Abts. 

Candidates who have completed the Undergraduate 
Course, may offer themselves at the Degree Examination 
for graduation either with Honors or without Honors. 

Each Candidate must forward to the Secretary, on or 
before the 1st of September, notice of his intention to offer 
himself as a Candidate, and of the course in which he 
wishes to be examined. 

The Fee for the Degree of B.A. is One Pound. It must 
be lodged with the Secretary before the Examination begins. 



Examination fob the Degree of B.A. without 

HONOBS. 

Candidates who seek the Degree without Honors, may 
select for their Examination any group of subjects from 
the following list, provided the sum of the numbers at- 
tached in this list to the selected subjects be at least 
four ;— 



English Language and 

^teratiire, . . 2 

Mathematical Science, 2 

Experimental Physics, 2 
Chemistrj, . . .2 

Zoology, ... 1 

Botany, ... 1 

Greek, « • • 1 



Latin, .... 1 
Each Modem Ck)nti- 

nental Language, • 1 

Logic,. ... I 

Metaphysics, . . 1 
History, . . .1 

Political Economy, . I 



English Composition forms a part of all University 
Examinatioiis. 



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The ExaminatJon in English will comprise — 

The HlBtoxy of the Origin and Progrets of the English Lan* 
goage; 

The General History of English Literature from the Acoefwion 
of Queen Elizabeth ; and 

A Special Examination on Shakespeare*8 Macbeth ; Milton's 
Comns; Pope's Essay on Man; Byron's Childe Harold, 
Cantos III. and IV. ; Burke's Keflections on the Beyolu- 
tion in France ; Macaolay's Essay on CUve. 

Mathematical Science includes Mathematics and Mathe- 
matical Fhjsics. The Coarse in Mathematics is the Pass 
Course prescribed for the First Universitj Examination 
in Arts, with the following additions, yiz.: — ^The Ele- 
ments of the Theory of Equations, and of Spherical Trig- 
onometry; and the application of Co-ordinate Geometry 
to the Bight Line and Circle. The Course in Mathematic^ 
Physics is the same as the Honor Course for the First 
University Examination in Arts (see p. 39). 

The Course of Experimental Physics is represented 
by the easier portions of Everett's Deschanel. 

The Examination in Zoology will include questions on 
the more important characters of the classes, Vertebrate 
and Invertebrate, of the Animal Kingdom. Huxley'» 
Introduction to the Classification of Animals, and Nichol- 
son's Manual of Zoology, are recommended as Text-Books* 

Candidates in Botany will be examined in the general 
principles of the Structure and Classification of Plants. 
They may use as Text-Books Oliver's Lessons in Elemen- 
tary Botany, and Parts L and III. of Henirey's Elementanr 
Course of Botany (second edition, by Masters.) They will 
be expected to possess a practical acquaintance (that is^ 
such a knowledge as can only be obtained by a study of 
the plants themselves) with the following natural orders,. 
viz. ^^Kanunculacese, Crucifera;, LeguminossB, Rosaceae, 
TJmbelliferae, Composite, Scrophularineao, Solane», 
Borragineae, Labiats, Euphorbiaceae, CnpuUferas, Coni- 
ferse, Aroideae, Orchideae, Liliaceae, and Gramineae, in 
addition to what they may learn from Oliver's Lessons 
as to the structure of these and other orders described in 
Part XL of that work* Candidates will also bear in mind 
the necessity of being able to distinguish the orders 
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42 REGULATIONS. — ABTS. 

The Examination in Greek will comprise — 

In 1875. 
Homer — Hiad, Book 10. 
Xenophon—Helleiiica, Book 8. 

with Prose Composition in Greek* 

The Examination in Latin will comprise — 



In 1876. 
Homer— Iliad, Book 10. 
Xenopbon— Hellenics, Bock 3. 



In 1875. 
Sallust, Bellam Jugurthinum. 
VirgU, -fineid. Books V1I.-IX. 



In 1876. 
Sallast, Bellum Ju^rthinom. 
Virgil, ^neid, Books VII.-IX. 



with Prose Composition in La^. 

In Modern Languages the Candidate will be required 
to translate an easy passage from an English author into 
the language or languages he selects. He will also be 
expected to possess an elementary knowledge of the litera- 
ture of those languages. 

The Course in Logic comprises Formal Logic, including 
the Laws of Terms, Propositions, and Inferences (Im- 
mediate and Mediate), Simple (Categorical) and Complex 
(Hypothetical) — especially the rules of Oppositions and 
Conversions, the Syllogistic Figures, Reduction, and the 
Sorites ; the leading principles of Evidence Probable 
(including Circumstantial) and Demonstrative ; Inductions ; 
Analogy; and Fallacies, especially those incident to Formal 
Reasonings. 

Candidates should read Bacon^s Novum Organum^ 
Book L, and Book H., Aphorisms, XL-XXIL, XXXVI. ; 
and either Mill's Logic, Book III., chs. 7, 8, 10, 11, 20, 
22, 23 ; or Fowler's *• Inductive Logic." 

The Course in Metaphysics comprises Psychology, in- 
cluding the Nervous System, Consciousness, Sensation and 
Perception, Muscularity, Memory, Imagination, Associa- 
tion, Comparison (Faculty of Relations), Belief, Emotion, 
and Volition; the leading questions of Metaphysics; 
and the prominent points of the systems of Philosophy 
from Bacon to the present time ; in particular those of 
Descartes, Spinoza, Locke, Leibniz, Berkeley, Hume, 
Reid, Kant, Sir W, Hamilton, and J, S. Mill. 

The portion appointed for the Examination in History 
is the History of Great Britain and Ireland during the 
17th and 18th centuries. 



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43 



Examination fob the Degree of B. A. with Honobs. 
Candidates who seek to graduate with Honors, may select 
for their Examination any one of the following groups :— 

Greek and Latin. I Natural Science. 

Mathematical Science. Modem Continental Lan- 

Bzperimental Science. | guages. 

Or any three of the following : — 

English Language and Lite- I Metaphysics. 

rature. I History. 

Logic. I Political Economy, 

Candidates who graduate with Honors will he arranged 
in two classes. Candidates who take a First Class 
will receive a Medal and Prize : Candidates who take a 
Second Class will receive a Prize and Certificate of Honor. 

The special regulations of the Examinations for the 
Degree of B. A., with Honors, are as follow : — 

1. — Anci^jxT Classical Laitouaoes. 
Candidates for the Degree of 13. A., with Classical 
Honors, will be examined in the following course : — 

187;\ 

In Greek, 
Herodotus — ^Book 2. 



Thucydides—Book 8. 

Plato — Protagoras. 

Homer — ^Iliad, Books 6-10 (m- 
clusiye); Odyssey, Books 6-10 
(Inclusive). 

Aristophanes — ^Aves. 

Sophocles— Antigone. 

Euripides — Iphigenia in Tauris. 
In Latin.* 

Plautus — ^Trinummus. 

Lucretius — ^I.-III. 

Virgil— .Sneid. 

The selections from Catullus, 
Ovid,Lucan,yaleriu8Flaccus, 
and Claudian, contained in 
Pinder's Selections from the 
less known Latin Poets. 

Cicero— Pro Piancio; Pliilip- 
picalL 

LiYy— Books L-IV. 

Tacitua— Annals I.-IV. 



1876. 
In Greek, 

Herodotus— Book 2. 

Thucydides — ^Book 3. 

Plato— Phaedon. 

Homer — Iliad. Books 6-10 (in- 
clusive) : Odyssey, Books 6- 1 
(inclusive). 

Aristophanes — ^Banae. 

Sophocles —Antigone. 

Euripides— Phoenissae. 
In Latin* 

Plautus— Mostellaria. 

Lucretius— I. -III. 

Virgil— ^neid. 

The selections from Catullus, 
Ovid , Lucan, Valerius Flaccua, 
Claudian, and Martial, con- 
tained in Pinder*s Selections 
from the less known l4itin 
Poets. 

Cicero— ^cademica ; Philippica 
H. 



Livy— Books L-IV. 
Tacitua— Annals I.-VI. 
With Latin and Greek Composition in Prose and Verse. 

* Students are recommended to read Peile*s Introduction to 
Oreek and Latin Etymology, and Kohy's Latin Grammar. 



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JUCGULATIONS.— ABTS. 



2— Mathematical Science. 
Candidates for the Degree of B.A., with Honors in 
Mathematical Science, will be examined in the following 
Course of Mathematics : — 

Euclid— Books 1, 2. 8, 4, 6, andtho deflnitionsoftheSth Book* 
Algebra, including its Application to Questions of Proba- 
bilities and Annuities, the Theory and Solution of the 
Higher Equations, the Theory of Logarithms, and the 
Construction and Use of logarithmic Tables. 
Plane Trigonometry, including Demoiyre's Theorem and its 
Applications, and the Construction and use of Trigo- 
nometrical Tables. Spherical Trigonometry. 
Differential and Integral Calculus, including Differential 

Equations. 
The first Section of the First Book of the « Principia." 
Conic Sections. 
Co-orduiate Geometry, of two and of three Dimensions. 

And in the following course of Mathematical Physics : — 

Mechanics, as represented by Todbonter's Analytical Sutics, 
omitting the part relating to the attraction of Spheroids and Ellipsoids ; 
and by Tait and Steele's Dynamics of a Particle, omitting the parts 
relating to motion in a Resisting Medium, to Stationary and Varying 
Action, and to Disturbed Motion. The course indndes also the com- 
position of Velocities of Translation and llotation ; the simpler cases of 
Moments of Inertia ; the Compound Pendulum ; and Centres of Percussion. 

Newton's Pkincipia, second and third sections. 

Hydrostatics, including Centre of Pressure, Stability of Floating 
Bodies, Metacentre, Theory of Barometric Measurement of Heights. 

Optics, as represented by Parkinson's Optics, or Lloyd's light and 
Vision. 

Ajstronoht, as represented by Godfray's, Brinkley*s, or Hymer's 
Astronomy. 

3. — ^EXPEBIMENTAL SCIENCE. 

The Examination of Candidates for the Degree of 
B.A.) with Honors in Experimental Science, comprises 
Experimental Physics and Chemistry. The course in 
Experimental Physics is represented by Everett's Des- 
chaneL 
The subjects of Exainination in Chemistry are- 
Chemical Philosophy. Inorganic and Organic Chemistry. 
Crystallography. 

4. — Natubal Science. 

Candidates for the Degree of fi.A., with Honors in 
Natural Science, will be examined in— 

The Principles of Animal Stmctnre and Claasilication, 00 far 
as they apply to the primary dlTisions, classes, and ordera 
of Yertetoite and Invertebrate animals* 



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BEGULATION8. — ^ART8. 45 

The Principles of Vegetable Structure and daisifleation. 
The Prindples of Gr^iogj and PalsBontologjr. 
The Principles of Physical Geography. 

The Candidates for Honors will be expected to have a 
more intimate knowledge of the Pass Courses in Zoology 
and Botanj (see page 41), and will be required to possess 
a practical acquaintance with the following additional 
orders, tIz.: — ^Papaveraceas, Caryophyllinese, Malvaceie, 
GeraniacesBy SaxifragesB, Primulacese, Ericaceee, Campan- 
ulac^ss, Iridesa, AmarjUidese, and Cyperaceie. 

Thej are recommended to read Henfre/s Elementary 
Course of Botany (Parts I. and III., and RoUeston's Forms 
of Animal Life (the Introduction only), together with 
Lyell*s Principles of Geology, Lyell's Elements of Geology, 
and Herschel's Physical Geography. 

5, — ^Modern Lakguages. 
The Examination of Candidates for the Degree of B. A., 
with Honors in Modem Languages, will comprise the 
Literature, History, Philology, and Grammar of French, 
German, and Italian. Each Candidate must satisfy the 
Examiner in at least French and German. He will 
be required also to translate from English, and to write 
a short essay, in the languages which he selects. Candi- 
dates are requested to forward to the Secretary, on or 
before the 1st September, a list of the authors in which 
they wish to be examined. 

6. — ^Ajiy thbee of the following: — ^English Lan- 
guage AND LiTEBATUBE ; LOGIC ; METAPHYSICS ; 

HiSTOitT ; Political Economy. 

The Course in English comprises — 
The History and Structure of the EDglish Language; 
The History of English Literature from the time of 

Chaucer; and 
A Special Examination on Chaucer's Prologue to the Canter- 
bury Tales; Shakespeare's Hamlet and Julius Casar; 
liilton*8 Paradise Lost, I. II.; Dryden's Absalom and 
Achitophel; Johnson's Lives of Milton and Dryden; 
Burke's Thoughts on the Cause of the Present Discontents, 
and two Speeches on America ; Sir Walter Scott's Lady 
of the Ldke ; Dugald Stewart's Four Essays on Taste 
(in the volume of Philosophical Essays) ; Helps* Friends 
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46 KBGULATIOK8.-1-ABT8. 

The Honor Course in Logic comprises the Pass sabjects 
considered more fully and more exactly: also Thomson's 
Laws of Thought, Parts ii. and iii. ; 3f ill's Logic, Books 
n., in., Chs, 1-16, 20-23, V. ; and Whewdl's History 
of Scientific Ideas, Book L, Chs. 5-7. 

The Honor Course in Metaphysics comprises the 
Pass subjects considered more fully and more exactly: 
also Lookers Essay concerning Human Understanding, 
Books L,IL,IV.; Hamilton's Metaphysics, Lectures xvii*- 
xL; and Hamilton's Reid,Note A., §§ i.-v. 

Candidates should use the latest editions of the works 
prescribed. 

The Course in History comprises — 

Tlie Histoxy of Great Britain aud Ireland, and France, from 
1589 to 1830. 

The Examination in Political Economy will be con- 
ducted in accordance with the courses of instruction given 
in the Queen's Colleges. 

The Degree of Masteb in Arts. 

Any Bachelor in Arts of the Queen's University of 
one year's standing may offer himself for Examination for 
the Degree of M.A. 

The Senate reserves to itself the power to confer the 
Degree of Master in Arts, without Examination, upon 
Bachelors in Arts who obtained Honors with their 
Bachelor's Degree, and who are resident abroad, or in 
the colonies. 

Candidates who seek the Master's Degree in this way 
shall apply for the Grace of the Senate before the first day 
of September, and shall support their application by 
evidence, of a kind which can be adjudicated on by the 
University Examiners, that they have successfully con- 
tinued their study of some one or more of the subjects of 
the Arts Curriculum, or of subjects deemed by the 
Examiners sufficiently cognate, since taking their 
Bachelor's Degree. The Senate will decide on each appli- 
cation after receiving a report from the Examiners upon it, 
in which the grounds of their recommendation shall be set 
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aSOULATIOVS. — ARTS. 47 

Candidates who graduate with Honors, will b^ arranged 
in two classes. Candidates who take a first class will 
receive a Medal and Prize : Candidates who take a second 
dass will receive a Prize and Certificate of Honor. 

Ekich Candidate must forward to the Secretary, on or 
before the first of September, notice of his intention to 
cff&p himself as a Candidate, and of the course in which he 
wishes to be examined* 

The Fee for the Degree of M.A. is Three Pounds. Il 
must be lodged with the Secretary before the Examina- 
tion begins. 

Each Candidate may select for his Examination any one 
of the following courses: — 

Greek and Latin. I Katural Science. 

Mathematical Science. I Modern Continental Lan- 
Ezperimental Science. | guages. 

Or any three of the following:— 

Englifih Language and | Metaphysics. 

Literature. I History. 

Logic. I Political Economy. 

Candidates who adopt the Classical Course may select 
for their Examination any four Latin Authors out of the 
following list, provided that of the four authors in that 
language two shall be prose and two verse. TThe Greek 
authors are fixed, and the full course is imperative on every 
candidate) : — 



\&75,— Greek. 
iEachylus — Persao and Septem 

c Thebas. 
Thacjdides— -Book 4. 
Plato— PoUteia, Book IL 
JEschines — c. Ctesiphontem. 
Composition in Prose and Verso. 



1876 Greek. 

^schylos — Agamemnon and 

Eumenides. 
Thncydidea— Book 4. 
PUto— PoUteia, Book HI. 
Demosthenes — De Corona. 
Composition in Prose and Y ene. 



Latin* 

•Cicero— De RepublicL De Legibns, De Oratore, De Offidia 

De Unibns. Disputationes Tusculans, De Natur& Deomm. 

Epistles — Watson's Selections, Orations — for Clnentius, 

MilOy and Plancios, and Philippics I., II — or the Yerrines. 

* Any one of Cicero's larger treatises will count as one of the 
fonr works which each Candidate may select for his examination, 
Cicero's Epistles wiU connt as one work. 



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48 BBOUIiATIOZfS.— ARTS. 



Liry^Fintorthirddecade. 

•Tacitus. 

Plautiu. 

Terence. 

LucretioB. 

Virgil. 



Horace. 
Propertios. 
Ond-^Fasti. 
t Juvenal and Penitu. 
Composition in Prose and 
Verse. 



Candidates who select the Coarse in Modern Languages, 
are requested to forward to the Secretary, on or before the 
1st September, a list of the books in which they wish to 
be examined* 

Mathematical Science includes Mathematics, and Ma* 
thematical Physics. 

The Honor Course in Mathematics comprises Algebra, 
including the Theory of Equations ; Plane and Spherical 
Trigonometry; Anuytical Geometry of two and three 
Dimensions; the Differential and Integral Calculus, in* 
eluding Differential Equations; and the Elements of the 
Calculus of Variations. Candidates for the Degree without 
Honors will not be required to answer in the Calculus of 
Variations, or the higher branches of Analytical Greometry. 

The Honor Course in Mathematical Physics includes 
the Honor Course prescribed for the Degree of B.A., 
with the following additions^ viz. : — 

The KimsMATics of- a Rigid Boot, so far as treated in Thomson and 
Tait, sections 78-107 ; and in Bonth, sections 96-106, second edition. 

Rigid Dykaxigs, so far as required for the solution of Walton's 
Problems. 

Greneral Equations of Equilibrium of Fluids, and Differential Equa- 
tion of Continuity. 

Donkin's AconsTiGs, first seven chapters. 

Newton's Pbincipia, Sections 9 and 11. 

Godfray's Lunar Thsort. 

Candidates for the Degree without Honors will not be 
required to answer in these additional subjects. 

The Honor Course in Experimental Physics includes 
the subjects of the Honor Course for the Degree of B. A., 
with the following additions, viz. : — 

The UxmuuLTOBT Thsort of Light, as represented hj Lbjd^s 
treatise, or by the non-analytical parts of AIry*8 tract 
Hklhhoiaz's ToNRMPFiNDUiroBN, first twdve chapters. 

* The Annals and the Histories will each count as one work, 
t Juvenal and Persius will be taken together and regarded as 
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REGULATIONS*— ARTS. 49 

Candidates for the Degree without Honors will not be 
required to answer in the additional subjects. 

The Course in Natural Science will be the same as that 
prescribed for the Degree of B. A. with Honors (see p. 44). 
A more intimate acquaintance with the several subjects 
will be expected 

The Course in English comprises : — 

The History and Structure of the English Language. 

The History of English Literature from the time of Chaucer 
to the present da^. 

A Special Examination on Chaucer's Knightes Tale ; Spenser's 
Faerie Queene, • Book I. ; Siiakspere's King Lear and 
Coriolanus ; Milton's Lyoidas ; Pope's Satires and Epistles ; 
Swift's Drapier's Letters ; The Letters of Junius ; Words- 
worth's Excursion, Book I., Laodamia, and Ode on Inti- 
mations of Immortality ; Coleridge's Lectures and Notes 
on Shakspere ; Shelley's Adonais ; Carlyle's Essay on 
Bums. 

The Course in Logic comprises the B.A. Honor sub- 
jects ; Mansel's Aldrich, Appendix, Notes A, D, E, H, I, 
L, M ; Mill's Logic, Books II.- V. ; Whewell*s History of 
Scientific Ideas, Book I., Chs. 1,5-7; U., Chs. 4, 5 ; IX., 
Ch. 6 ; and Recent Discussions regarding Logical Forms 
and the Province of Logic (see Karslake's Aids to Logic, 
Introduction, and Book I., Part iii. ; Mill's Examination 
of Hamilton, Chs. 20, 22 ; and Venn's Logic of Chance, 
Chs. 1, 3-5, 12). 

The Course m Metaphysics comprises the B.A. Honor 
subjects ; the essential points in the systems of Plato and 
Aristotle (see Stirling's Schwegler's History of Philoso- 
phy); Aristotle's Ethics, Boo& L, IL, and Ferrier*s 
Lecture on Aristotle (Remains, Vol. I.) ; Hamilton's Reid, 
Note D, § ii. ; and J. S. Mill's Examination of Hamilton^ 
Chs. 2, 3, 8-16. 

N.B. Candidates should use the latest editions of the 
works prescribed* 

The Course in History comprises the History of Gi*eat 
Britain and Ireland, France, and Germany, from 1589 to • 
1830. 



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^0 REGULATIONS. — LAW. 

I. CERTIFICATE OF THE LAW PROFESSORS. 

Students intending to proceed for the Certificate of the 
Law Professors, so as to entitle them to serve an 
apprenticeship oi four years instead of ^re, must enter 
their names with the Registrar of one of the Queen's 
Colleges of Belfast, Cork, and Galway, and pay the neces- 
sary College and Class Fees to the Bursar before the 
commencement of the Law lectures in each Session. 

Such students need not pass the Matriculation Exami- 
nation, but must attend the lectures and pass the College 
Examinations prescribed for the first and second years 
of the course of study for Candidates for the Diploma 
in Elementary Law. 

II. — THE DIPLOMA IN ELEMENTARY LAW. 

Candidates for the Diploma in Elementary Law must 
matriculate in the University, pursue subsequently in one 
of the Colleges of the University the curriculum prescribed 
by the College Council, and pass a University Examina- 
tion. 

Candidates who shall have passed the First and Second 
Sessions of the curriculum for the Degree of B.A., before 
entering on their legal studies, will be admitted to the 
Examination for the Diploma after attending a two years' 
cumculum in Law, if recommended by the Council of 

* Gradnates or Undergraduates are excepted from the operatioD 
of the rule of the Benchers requiring Law Students to pass an 
examination in the English Language and Literature, and the 
Latin Language. The rules of the Benchers of the King's Inns 
respecting the recognition of the legal instruction of the Queen's 
UniTersity iriU be found in the Appendix of the Uniyersit/ 
Calendar. 

Students preparing for the profession of Attorney or Solicitor 
in Ireland, or seeking to be admitted as Writers to the Signet, 
Solicitor in the Supreme Courts, &c, in Scotland, can save two 
years of their apprenticeship by taking the Degree of B.A. or of 
lL. B. in the Queen's University. 5ee Appendix of the UniTer:>it7 
Calendar. 



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BSGULATIONS. — LAW. 6 1 

their College. Other Candidates shall attend Law Courses 
for three Sessions before presenting themselves. 

Attendance on the yarious Courses includes passing such 
Examinations as may be appointed by the College Council, 
and the catechetical parts of the Courses of Lectures. 

The University Examination for the Diploma in Ele- 
mentary Law comprises the following subjects: — 

Law of Property and Principles I Ciyil Law. 

of Conreyancing. I Common and Criminal Law. 

Jurisprudence. | Equity. 

The following Text Books are recommended :— 
In CivU Law — Sandars* Institutes of Justinian : in Juris- 
prudence — Maine's Ancient Law ; Austin's Jurisprudence, 
vol. I., 3rd Ed., by Campbell; and Stephen's Criminal 
Law. 

Each Candidate must forward to the Secretary, on or 
before the first of September, notice of his intention to 
offer himself as a Candidate. 

A Prize of £10 will be awarded to the best answerer 
in a more extended Examination in the same subjects, if * 
he be recommended by the Examiners as possessed of 
sufficient absolute merit. 

The subjects for the Pass and Honors in the Examina- 
tion for the Diploma in Elementary Law, are the same ; 
but the Examination for Honors will be more searching. 

The Fee for the Diploma of Elementary Law is Two 
Pounds. It must be lodged with the Secretary before the 
Examination begins. 

III. — THE DEGREE OF LL.B. 

Graduates in Arts of at least one year's standing are 
admitted to the Examination for the Degree of LL.B.y 
provided they have also completed in one of the Colleges 
of the University the curriculum for the Diploma in 
Elementary Law. 

No Candidate will in future be admitted in the same 
year both to the Examination for the Degree of LL.6., 
and to the Examination for the Diploma in Elementary 
Law. 

Each Candidate for the Degree of LL.B. must forward 
to the Secret^, on or before me first of September, notice 
of his intention to offer himself as a Candidate. 

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The Examination for the Degree of LL.B. embraces 
the following subjects :— 

JuriBprudeDce. 

Civil Law. 

Iaw of Fropertj and Principles of Gonyeyandng. 

Common and Criminal Law. — Equity. 

Pleading, Practice, and Eyidence. 

Constitutional Law. 

The following Text Books are recommended : — 
In Civil Law — Sandars" Institates of Justinian : in Jurispru- 
dence — Maine's Ancient Law; Austin's Jurisprudence, 
Vol. L, Srd Ed., by Campbell; Mill, J. S. ; Dissertation 
on Austin on Jurisprudence, in Mill's Dissertations, Vol. 
Ill,; also in Edinburgh Review, Oct. 1, 1863; Stephens 
Criminal Law : in Constitutional Law — Broom's Constitu- 
tional Law. 

Additional for Honors : — 

In Civil Law — Lord Mackenzie's Boman Law : in Jurispru^ 
dence— Austin's Jurisprudence, Vol.' II., Srd Ed., by 
Campbell; Spence's Equitable Jurisdiction of Chancer/, 
Part the First > in Constitutional Law— Hnllam's Constitu- 
tional History. 

A Gold Medal and £10 will be awarded to the best 
answerer in the more extended Examination, if he be 
recommended as possessed of sufficient absolute merit. 

The Fee for the Degree of LL.B. is One Pound. It must 
be lodged with the Secretary before the Examination begins. 

IV. — THE DEGREE OF LL.D. 

Graduates in Arts of at least three years* standing are 
admitted to Examination for the Degree of LL.D. at the 
expiration of one year after they have obtained the De^ee 
ofLL.B. 

The Senate reserves to itself the power to confer the 
Degree of Doctor in Laws, without Examination, upon 
Bachelors in Laws who obtained Honors with their 
Bachelor's Degree, and who are resident abroad, or in the 
colonies. 

Candidates who seek the Doctor's Degree in this way 
shall apply for the Grace of the Senate before the first day 
of September, and shall support their application by 
evidence, of a kind which can be adjudicated on by the 
University Examiners, that they have successfully con- 
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the Law Cnniciilam since taking their Bachelor's Degree. 
The Senate will decide on each application after receiving 
a report from the EzaminerB npon it» in which the gronads 
of their recommendation shall be set forth. 

The Examination for the Degree of LL.D. comprises 
an advanced conrse in Constitutional Law, the Laws of 
the Admiralty Courts of England and Ireland, and Liter- 
national Law. 

Each Candidate must forward to the Secretary, on or 
before the first of September, notice of his intention to 
offer himself as a Candidate. 

The Fee for the Degree of LL.D. is Three Pounds. It 
must be lodged with the Secretary before the Examination 



J^atuttg of ^ebiriiw. 

DEGBEBS OF M.D. AND M.CH., AND DIPLOMAS IN 
MIDWIFERY.* 

Each Candidate for the Degree of Doctor in Medicine 
or Master in Surgery, or for the Diploma in Midwifery, 
is required — 

1. To hare passed in one of the Colleges of the Queen's 
Uniyersit^ the Entrance Examination in Arts, and to have 
been admitted a Matriculated student of the University. 

2. To have attended in one of the Queen's OollegeSy 
lectures on one Modem Continental Language for six months* 
and lectures on Natural Philosophy for six months. 

3. To have also attended, in some one of the Queen's Col- 
leges, at least two of the courses of Lectures marked with 
an asterisk in the following lists. For the remainder of the 
courses, authenticated certificates will be received firom the 
Professors or Lecturers in Universities, Colleges, or Schools* 
recognised by the Senate of the Queen's University in Ireland.! 

4. To pass three Unirersity Examinations — ^the First Uni- 
versity Examination, the Second University Examination, 
and the Degree Examination. 

• The regulations under which degrees in Surgery and diplomas 
in Midwifery will be conferred on gradmaU* in Medicine will be 
found in a footnote on i>age Aa 

t For the Institutions from which the Unirersi^ receirea 
Certificates, see pag« 69. 



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64 BEGULATIONSi^ — MEDICINE. 

The caniculum shall extend over at least four years, 
and shall be divided into Periods of at least two years each. 
Candidates are recommended to pass the Matriculation 
Examination, prior to entering on the second Period. 

It is recommended that the first Period shall comprise 
attendance on the following courses of Medical Lectures: — 
•Chemistry. 
'Botany, with Uerborizations for practical study, and 

Zoology. 
•Anatomy and Physiology. 
•Practical Anatomy. 
•Materia Medica and Pharmacy. 

And that the second Period shall comprise attendance 
on the following courses of Medical lectures :— 

Anatomy and Physiology. 
Practical Anatomy 
•Theory and Practice of Surgery. 
•Midwifery. 
. ^ •Theory and Practice of Medicine. 
' •Medical Jurisprudence. 

In addition to the above courses of lectures, Candidates 
shall have attended, during either the first or second 
Period — 

A Modem Continental Language (in one of the Colleges of the 
University). 

Experimental Physics (in one of the Colleges of the University). 
Also, during the first Period — 

Practical Chemistry (in a recognised Laboratory). 

MedicO'Chirvrgical Hospital (recognised by the SenatOt con- 
taining at least sixty beds; together with the Clinical 
lectures therein delivered, at least two each week — a 
Winter Session of six months. 

And during the second Period — 

Practical Midwifery — A certificate of having attended at a 
recognised Midwifery Hospital, with the Clinical lectures 
therein delivered, for a period of three, months; or of 
having attended a Midwifery Dispensarv for the same 
period ; or of having attended ten cases ot Labour, under 
the superintendence of the Medical Officer of any Hos- 
pital or Dispensary wliere cases of Labour are treated. 

Medico- Chirurgical Hospital (recognised by the Senate) con- 
taining at least sixty beds ; together with the Cunical 
lectures therein delivered — eighteen months ; including 
either three Winter Sessions of six months each, or two 
Winter Sessions of six months each, and ti»o Summer 
Sessions of three months each. 



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KBOUIi ATIONS. — ^MSDICINX. 5 5 

English Composition forms a part of all University 
Examinations. 

Candidates for Honors mast satisfy the Examiners at 
the Pass Examination before they can be admitted to 
<»mpete for Honors; and their answ^ering at the Pass 
Examination will be taken into account in determining 
the class of Honors which shall be awarded to them. 

The Candidates who pass with Honors will be arranged 
in two classes. 

Medical Examinations are held in June and in Septem- 
ber and October. 

The June Examinations are Pass Examinations : those 
held in September include both Honor and Pass Examina- 
tions. 

E€u;h Candidate for Examination in June must forward 
to the Secretary, on or before the first of June, notice of 
his intention to oSer himself as a Candidate, along with 
his Certificates ; and each Candidate for Examination in 
September must forward similar notice, along with his 
Certificates, on c before the first of September. 

The Fibst University Examination in Medicine. 

The First University Examination may be passed either 
in June or September. It comprises the following sub- 
jects:— A Modem Language, Experimental Physics, 
Zoology and Botany. 

It is competent for Students to present themselves for 
examination in this group of subjects at any time after 
the close of the first Winter Session. Before being ad- 
mitted to Examination, each Candidate must produce 
satisfactory evidence of having completed the prescribed 
courses of study in the subjects of Examination. 

The course of Experimental Physics includes the rudi- 
ments of Mechanics, Hydrostatics, Pneumatics, Acoustics* 
Optics, Heat, Electricity, and Magnetism, as represented 
by one of the following works, via. : — Newth's First Book 
•of Natural Philosophy, Stewart's Elementary Physics, and 
the easier parts of Everett's Desciianel or of Atkinson's 
Ganot. 

The Honor Course in Enerimental Physics is repre- 
sented by Newth's First Book of Natural Philosophy and 
most of Everett's Deschand, or most of Atkinson's Oanot, 



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^6 BEGULATIOK8. — MEDICINE. 

the parts to be omitted being those which involve ap 
extensive use of Mathematics. 

The Examination in Zoology will consist of questions 
on the anatomy and classification either of the Vertebrate 
or Invertebrate Animals — the selection between these two 
groups to be made by the candidate at the time of exami- 
nation. 

The Examination in Botany will be the same as that 
prescribed for the Examination for the Degree of B.A. 
without Honors (see p. 41 ). Oliver's Lessons in Elemen- 
tary Botany, and Parts I. and III. of Henfrey's Elemen- 
tary Course of Botany (Second Edition by Masters) are 
the text-books recommended. 

The Orders of Plants to be practically studied are those 
specified on page 41. 

The Candidates who pass with Honors will be arranged 
in two classes : they will receive Prizes and Certificates 
of Honor. 

Two Exhibitions founded by public subscription, one 
consisting of two instalments of £20 each, the other of two 
instalments of £15 each, will be awarded to the best 
answerers at the Honor Examinations, if they be recom- 
mended by the Examiners as possessed of sufficient absolute 
merit. For further regulations regarding these Exhibi- 
tions, see the University Calendar. 

Both Honor and Pass Examinations are held in 
September. The Examination held in June is a Pass 
Examination. 

The Second University Examination in Medicine. 

The Second University Examination may be passed 
either in June or September. It comprises Uie following 
subjects: — ^Anatomy, Physiology, Materia Medica, and 
Chemistry ; to which will be added 2jOology and Botany in 
the examination of Candidates who have not previously 
passed the First Universitv Examination. Candidates 
who are in this position will be allowed either to undergo 
their Examination in Modem Langui^^es and Experimental 
Physics as a part of the Second University Examination^ 
or may present themselves for Examination in these sub- 
jects at any time between the Second University Exami^ 
nation and the Degree Examination. 



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BEGUL^TIONS. — HEDICINB. 57 

It is competent for students to present themselves for the 
Second University Examination at the termination of the 
First Period of the Curriculum, or at any subsequent 
period; but no Student will Be allowed to postpone his 
Second University Examination until the time when he 
presents himself for his Degree Examination, unless the 
Senate shall have passed a grace giving him permission 
to do so. 

Before being admitted to Examination, each Candidate 
must produce satis&ctory evidence of having completed 
the course recommended for study during the First Period 
of the Curriculum. 

In 1875 Candidates for Peel Exhibitions will be allowed 
to choose whether they-shall compete for them under rules 
A or rules B. See the University Calendar. 

Both Honor and Pass Examinations are held in Sep- 
tember. The Examination held in June is a Pass Exami* 
nation. 

Degree Examinations in Me mcine and Suboebt, ani> 
Examination fob the Diploma in Midwifxbt. 

Examinations for the Degrees of M.D.,M.Ch., and tbe 
Diploma in Midwifery, will be held in June and September. 

The Fee for each Degree is Five Pounds, and the Fee 
for the Diploma in Midwifery is Two Pounds. Each Fee 
must be Icdged with the Secretary before the correspond- 
ing Examination begins. 

Each Candidate must be recommended by the President 
of his College, and produce certificates to the following 
effect:— 

1. A certificate firom the Secretary of the Queen*8 Unirersitj, 
that he has passed the preriout Examinations, unless the Senate 
has passed a Grace permitting the Candidate to present himself for 
the Examinations simoltaneonslj. 

2. From the Council of bis College, that he has passed a fUll 
Examination in the subjects of study prescribed for the entrance 
course of the Faculty of Arts, and has been admitted a Matri- 
culated student in the Faculty of Medicine. 

3. That he has attended in the Colleges of the Queen's Uni- 
Tersity two of the courses marked with an asterisk on p. 54, 
and also lectures on one Modem Language, and lectures on Ex- 
perimental Physics. 

4. Certificates that he has completed all other prescribed 
Courses. 

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SS AEGDLATIONS. — MEDICIKE. 

Degrees in Surgery and Diplomas in Midwifery will 
only be conferred on Candidates who hold the Degree of 
Doctor in Medicine of the University. 

The Examination for the Degree of M.D. comprises 
the subjects recommended for study during the second 
Period of Medical Education. 

The Examination for the Degree of M.Ch. comprises 
an examination in the Theory and Practice of Surgery, 
including Operative and Clinical Surgery.* 

The Examination for the Diploma in Midwifery com- 
prises an Examination in the Theory and Practice of 
Midwifery and the use of obstetricid instruments and 
appliances.! 

Candidates who graduate with Honors will be arranged 
in two classes. Candidates who take a First Class will 
receive a Medal and Prize : Candidates who take a Second 
Class will receive a Prize and Certificate of Honor. 

Both Honor and Pass Examinations are held in Sep- 
tember. The Examination held in June is a Pass Exa- 
mination. 

Regulations as to the Reception of Certificates 
FBOM Medical Lecturers and Hospitals. 

1. Colleges or Schools seeking recognition from the 
Queen's University, are requested to send in the names and 
qualifications of the several Lecturers, with such parti- 
culars as the Senate may require. And in the event of 
the Lecturers being changed, a fresh recognition must be 
sought. 

2. All Lecturers and Clinical Lecturers must transmit 
to the Secretary on every 25th November, and 1st May, 
or as often as required, a return, filled up according to a 
form transmitted, of the students in attendance upon such 

• Candidates for the Degree of Master in Surgery, who obtained the 
Degree of M.D. in this University before the Ist of January, 1866, 
will be exempted from the Examination in Surgery. Candidates for 
the Degree in Surgery, who graduated in Medicine at a later period, 
will be required to undergo a paper and oral Examination in the 
Theory and Practice of Surgery, and an Examination in OperatiYe 
and Clinical Surgery. 

t Candidates for the Diploma in Midwifery who obtained the Degree 
of M.D. in the University before the Ist of Janoaiy, 1872, will be ex- 
empted from this further Ex a mina tion. 



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KSOULATION9. — ^KEDICINK. 59 

Lectures or Hospitfd Practice. The Certificates of Lec- 
turers not complying with this regulation will not be 
recognised. 

Students who intend to present themselves for Exami- 
nation for Medical Degrees in the Queen's University 
should ascertain that their names are returned for any 
Medical Lectures they may attend, lest in consequence of 
such returns not having been supplied, their qualifications 
should be deemed insufficient when they present them- 
selves ; and Lecturers who are willing to make the required 
returns, and who have not received the necessary forms 
through the Registrars of their respective Institutions, 
should cause application to be made for them. 



Institutions from which the University receive 
Certificates for Degrees in Medicine. 

IRELAND. 

The Quebh's Colleges in Ireland. 
Belfast. — Belfast General Hospital 
Cork. — Cork North Infirmary. 

Cork South Infirmary. 

Galwat County Gal way Infirmary and Town Hospitals 

Dublin. — ^University of Dublin. 

Boyal College of Surgeons. 

Carmichael School. 

Cecilia-street School. 

Peter-street School. 

Rotundo Hospital (for Midwifery). 

School of Dr. Steevens's HospitaL 

Adehiide Hospital. 

City of Dublin HospitaL 

Sir Patrick Dun's Hospital. 

Jervis-street HospitaL 

Mater Misericordisd HospitaL 

Meath HospitaL 

Mercer's Hospital. 

Bichmond, Whitworth, and Hardwick Hospitals. 

Dr. Steevens's HospitaL » 

St. Vincent's HospitaL 

Coombe Lying-in HosfntaL 

Eotmido Lying-in HospitaL 



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60 ItEGULATlONS. — ^MSDICINB. 

ENGLAND. 

Bath Bath United Hospital. 

Bedfobd. — General Infirmary and FeTer HoepitaL 
Birmingham.— Queen's College. General Hospital Syden- 

ham College. 
Bbistol — ^Medical School Infirmary. St Peter^s Hospital. 

General Hospital. 
Cambridge. — UniTeraity Medical School and Addenbrocke^s 

Hospital 
EzBTBR. — Devon and Exeter HospitaL 
Haslar. — The Royal Navid Hospital. 
Hull.— Hull and £. R. of York School of Medicine, (&c 
Leeds. — School of Medicine. General Infirmary. 
Leicester. — Leicester Infirmary. 

LiVEEPOOL. — Royal Infirmary School of Medicine Royal In- 
firmary. Fever Hospital Northern Hospital Royal 
Southern Hospital. 
I/ONDON. — University College. 
Kins*s College. 
London HospitaL 
Middlesex Hospital. 
Charing Cross Hospital 
St. Thomas's Hospital. 
St. Bartholomew's Hospital. 
Westminster Hospital. 
Guy's Hospital. 
St. George's Hospital. 

The Physicians of the St. Marylebone Infirmary. 
The Royal Collie of Chemistry. 
St. Mary's Hospital, Paddington. 
London. — Brompton Hospital for Consumption, for Three 
Months* Medical Hospital Practice. 
Royal South London Dispensary. 
Carey-street Dispensary. 
Manchester. — Royal School of Medicine and Surgery. 
The Union Hospital The Royal Infirmary. 
School of Medicme in Chatham-street. 
Owens College, for Instruction in Chemistry. 
NBWCASTLE-upoN-TTNB.~College of Medicine in Connexion 
with the University of Durham. 
CoU^e of Medicine and Practical Science. 
TheSifirmaiy. 
Northampton. — The General Infirmary. 
Norwich. — Norfolk and Norwich Hospital 
Nottingham. — ^The General Hospital 
Shstfibld.— The Sheffield Medical Institution. 



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REGia ATIONS.^-EN OninRIMG * 6 1 

SCOTLAim. 

ABSBDESir.^Kiiifr'8 College and UniTenitY. Boyal Infirmarj. 
£DorBUBOH..^UmTeraity of Edinburdk. Medicu and Suigical 

School, Snrgeoii*8 UaJl. Rojal Infirmary. 
GukSGow. — ^Univorsity of Glasgow. Andersonian Institation. 

Bojal Infirmary. 



Sitlgoal jof €rinl (Brtfpmtxms. 

Candidates for the Degree in Civil Engineering are 
required : — 

1. To hare been admitted Matricolated Students of the 
Qaeen's Uniyerrity in the Department of Ciyil Engineering. 

2. To have subsequently studied in the Colleges of the 
Queen's University the Course herein prescribed. 

3. To hare passed two Uniyersity Examinations. 

Candidates for the Degree in Civil Engineering must 
enter their names with the Registrar of one of the Queen's 
OcUeges of Bel&st, Cork, and Gralway, and pay to the Bur- 
sar the required College and Class Fees« They must also 
pass a Matriculation Examination. 

Hie course for the Degree in Civil Engineering usually 
extends over three Sessions, and comprises attendance on 
the following Curriculum: — 

nasT SESSION. 
Mathematics (^first course). 
Experimental Physics. 
ChemiBt^. 
Modem Languages. 
Geometrical DraYring^ 
Office Work. 

SECOND SESSION. 

Mathematics (second course). 

Mathematical Physics. 

Mineralogy* Geology, and Physical Geography. 

Ciyil Engineering. 

Office Work. 

PieldWork. 

TBXSD SESSION* 

Katoral Philosophy (applied). 
Civil and Mechanical Engineering. 
Office Work. 
Held Work. 
Engineering Bxcoisions. 



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62 B£GUl.ATION8.-*£KOINSSRIKG. 

Attendance on these courses in all cases includes passing 
such Examinations as roaj be appointed hj the College 
Council, as well as the catechetical parts of the courses of 
Lectures. 

Engineering Students must reside at their respective 
Colleges during at least the first two Terms of each Ses* 
6ion, and can be exempted from residence during the third 
Term also, only by a special gi-ace of the College ConnciL 

The study of the Engineering Curriculum may be ex- 
tended over more than three Sessions, on the recommenda- 
tion of the College Council, and under such regulations as 
the Council shall impose. Some relaxation of the order in 
which the subjects are studied will be admitted, on the 
recommendation of the CounciL 

Candidates will, on the special recommendation of the 
College Council, be admitted to the Degree after two 
years' residence instead of three, if their previous acquaint- 
ance with a sufficient group of the subjects above set down 
for study in the first and second Sessions is deemed by 
the Council satisfactory. In such cases the Certificate of 
the Council will be accepted in lieu of attendance upon 
these courses, but will not exempt Candidates from the 
University Examinations in them. 

Candidates for the Degree in Civil Engineering are 
required to pass two University Examinations — the First 
University Examination and the Degree Examination — 
both of which are held in Dublin. 

Students who have completed their second Session mnst 
attempt the First University Examination before rising 
to the third year, unless prevented by illness or other 
inevitable accident, in which case the Senate may admit 
ehem to a Supplementary Examination. 

Candidates who have attempted, but failed to pass, the 
Fu*st University Examination in October, will be admitted 
to a Supplementary Examination. 

The Supplementary Examination will be held in 
December or January. 

Each Candidate must forward to the Secretary, on or 
before the Ist of December, notice of his intention to offer 
himself for Examination, stating the grounds upon which 
he applies to be admitted. 



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HEOUIiATIONS.— BN GIK EEIUKG. 63 

FnisT University Examination in Engineebino. 

The course for the First University Examination in- 
dades French ; Geometrical Drawing ; Mathematics 
(, first course)] Mathematics (second course); Mensura- 
tion, Levelling, and Mapping, and the elements of con- 
fltructivjs and descriptive ^chitecture; Experimental 
Physics. 

The first course of Mathematics is the same as the Pass 
Course for the First University Examination in Arts (see 
p. 38). 

The second course of Mathematics is the same as the 
Honor Course for the First University Examination in 
Arts (see p. 39). 

The course of Experimental Physics is represented hy 
Everett's DeschaneL 

The Examination will be held in October. Each Can- 
didate must forward to the Secretary, on or before the 
1st of September, notice of his intention to offer himself 
as a Candidate. 

The Candidates who pass with Honors will be arranged 
in two classes. They will receive Prizes and Certificates 
of Honor. 

Two Exhibitions founded by public subscription, one of 
the annual value of £20 for two years, the other of the 
annual value of £16 for two years, will be competed for 
at the Honor Examination. For the regulations regard- 
ing these Exhibitions see the University Calendar. 

Examination foe the Degree of Bacheloe in 
Engineebing. 

The Examination for the Degree in Civil Engineering 
. will embrace the following subjects : — Engineering ; Men- 
suration, Levelling, and Mapping ; Mathematical Phjfsics ; 
Natural Philosophy Applied ; Chemistiy; Mineralogy; 
Geology, and Physical Geography. The Examination in 
Mensuration, Levelling, and Mapping, will consist mainly 
of a practical Examination in the use of the different 
instruments, and of the actual performance of one or more 
pieces of office work : each Candidate will also be required 
to produce at this Examination the Field-notes and Draw- 
ings of a Survey made by him. 



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64 R£CULATIONS.-*ENGINEBBING. 

Candidates who have completed the Engineering Course 
maj present themselves as Candidates for the Degree^ 
either with Honors or without Honors. 

The Pass Course in Mathematical Physics is the same 
as the Honor Course for the First University Examination 
in Arts. See page 39. 

The Pass Course in Natural Philosophy Applied in- 
dndes — 

Applied Mechanics, as represented byTwisden^s Treatise and Tate*s 
Elements of Mechanism ; and the rudiments of Thkrmo-dtnamics, as 
represented by Chapters 82-84 of Everett's Deschanel, with the neoessaiy 
references to earlier chapters. 

The Honor Course in Mathemetical Physics emhraces, 
in addition to the Pass Course, the following subjects, 
viz. : — 

Chapter YI. of Everett's Deschanel; the Catenary; Rectilinear Motion 
in a Non-resisting Medium ; Central Forces ; Calculation of Moments of 
Inertia; Simpleand Compound Pendulum; Centre of Percussion. 

The Honor Course in Natural Philosophy Applied in- 
cludes a fuller treatment of the subjects of the Pass Course, 
-with the addition of stress and strain, as treated by 
Thomson and Tait, sections 154-180, 658-694 ; and Clerk 
Maxwell's " Theory of Heat." 

Each Candidate must forward to the Secretary, on or 
before the 1 st of September, notice of his intention to ofl^r 
himself as a Candidate. 

The Candidates who pass with Honors will be arranged 
in two classes. Candidates who take a First Class will 
receive a Medal and Prize : Candidates who take a Second 
Class will receive a Prize and Certificate of Honor. 

The Fee for the Degree in Civil Engineering is Three 
Pounds. It must be lodged with the Secretaiy before the 
Examination begins. 



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EXAMINATIONS FOE WOMEN. 



REGULATIONS FOR THE TEAB 1875. 
TIME AND PLAOE OF BZAMINATI09. 

Two Examinations will be held in Jane next, one for 
Senior, the other fi>r Junior Candidates. 

The Examination for Junior Candidates will be opeQ 
to all who are not above eighteen years of age on the 1st 
of June. 

Examinations will be held at any place where a Ladies' 
Superintending Committee shall be constituted, provided 
thej can guarantee a suitable number of Candidates. 

No head of any educational establishment shall be a 
member of a Ladies' Committee. 

An Examiner will be sent to each place, who, in con* 
junction with the Ladies' Committee, will arrange the 
details of the Examination. 

No Class Lists will be published, but the Certificate given 
to each successful Candidate will specify the subjects in 
which she has answered with credit, or satisfied the Exa* 
miners* 

FBXS 

Everj Candidate, whether Senior or Junior, will be 
required to pay a Fee of Twenty Shillings. 

This Fee must be paid to the Secretary of the University 
on or before the first Saturday in May. It will not in 
any case be returned ; but if notice of withdrawal be given 
fourteen days before the Examination b^;ins, the sum 
paid will be allowed t6 stand to the Candidate's credit 
lor a future Examination. 



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66 £zabana.tions fob women. 

Examination of Junior Candidates, 
obligatoby oboup. 

I. All Candidates will be required to satisfy tlie Exa- 
miners in — 

1. Reading aloud a passage from some English author. 

2. Writing a continuous passage and a list of difficult 
words from Dictation. 

3. The analysis and parsing of a passage taken from 

Shakespeare's « Henry VUI." (Hunter's Edition.) 

A paper of qnestionfl suggested hj the Play will be added. 
fThe play to be prepared for the Examination of 1876 is 
•* Richard n."] 

4. Writing a short English Composition. 
•5. Arithmetic. 

No Candidate will be passed who cannot work the first 
four rules, simple and compound. 

Questions will also be set in Vulgar and Decimal Frac- 
tions, and in Proportion. 

6. Geography. 

Every Candidate will be required to fill up an outline 
Map of either Ireland, England, Scotland, Europe, or 
Asia, by inserting the chief ranges of mountains, the 
chief rivers, and chief towns. 

Questions will also be set in Geography. 

Clyde's School Geography is recommended. 

7. Outlines of English History, including the succession 

of sovereigns, the chief events, and the characters 
of the leading men, in each reign. 

N.B. — ^The quality of the handwriting and the spelling 
in the several Exercises will be taken into account 

OPTIONAL SUBJECTS. 

U. Every Candidate will be required, also, to offer 
herself for examination in one, at least, of the following 
subjects:— 

!• Latin. 

Passages will be set firom Csesar's " Gallic War," Book 
II., chapters XY. to 2XVI1I., inclusive, and firom 
Virgil's "JBneid," Book VI., f^om line 637 to the end ; 
with grammatical and general questions. Candidatea 
may take either of the two authors, or both. Good an- 



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EXAMINATIONS FOR WOMEN, 67 

swering, however, in both authors will score twice M 
high marks as equally good answering in only one. 

Also a passage of English (with the Latin words sup- 
plied) for translation into Latin. 

[The portions to be prepared in 1876 are the same ex- 
tract fipom the •* Qallic War," and Book V. of the 
" iEneid," from line 104 to 484.] 



2. Greek. 



A passage will be set from PhilpotVs Selections from 
Xenophon, Section I, or *• The Closmg Scene of the Pelo- 
ponnesian War," for translation into English, with gram- 
matical and general questions. 

[The portion to be prepared in 1876 is Section II. of 
the same selections, or '* The Athenian Revolution.**] 



3. French. 



A passage will be set from " Le Consent," by M. M. 
Erckmann-Chatrian, for translation into English, with 
grammatical and general questions. 

A passage from a modem French author for translation 
into English. 

English sentences for translation into French. 

[The b»)ok to be prepared in 1876 is ''Derri^re Ics 
Haies," by M"«- de W itt.J 



4 German. 



A passage will be set from Hauff— '* Liechtenstein : 
Erstes Buch,'* for translation into English, with gram- 
niatical and general questions. 

A passage from some other modem German author 
for translation into English. 

English sentences for translation into German. 

[The book to be prepared in 1876 la ''Undine,*' by 
Fouqu^.] 

5. Italian. 

A passage will be set from Pellico, ^ Le Mie Prigioni," 
cap. I.-XLVI. 

A passage from some other modem Italian author for 
translation into fkiglish. 

English sentences for translation into Italian. 

6. Mathematics. 

Euclid, Book I. 

Arithmetic* 

Algebra, to Simple Equations, inclusive. 



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68 EXAMllf ATIOK8 FOB WOMEX. 

Examination of SsmoR Candidates. 

OBLIOATOBT QBOUF. 

1. All Candidates will be required to satisfy the Exa- 
miners in^- 

1. Writing a continuous passage and a list of difficult 
words from Dictation. 

2. Analysis of English sentences and parsing, and cor- 

rection of fiiultj sentences. 
8. A short English Composition. 
4. Arithmetic. 
6. Geography. 

Erery Candidate will be required to fiU up an ontlifie 
Map of Bome coimtiy in Europe to be named by the 
Ezaminen, \>j inserting the chief ranges of moantaiofr 
the chief riTers, and the chief towns. 
Questions will also be set in Geography. 
Clyde's School Geography is recommended. 
6. Outlines of English History, including the sucoessioii 
of sovereigns, the chief events, and the characters 
of the leading men, in each reign. 
N.B. — ^The quality of the handwriting and the spelling 
in the several Exercises will be taken into account. 

OPTIONAL SUBJECTS. 

Every Candidate will also be required to satisfy the 
Examiners in two at least of the following sections, of 
which one shall be either A, B, or C. 

SisCTioN A. — ^English. 
A fair knowledge of one of the following subjects will 
enable a Candidate to pass in this section : — 

1. English History from 1660 to 1783, and the outlines of 

the History of English Literature during this period. 

2. English liaagnage and Literature— the following oonrse t 

— English Grammar; Spalding*s History of English 
Literature; *Chaucer, "Frofogue:** * Shakespeare, 
'* Hamlet;*' Hale*s •* Longer EngUsh Foems^—the 
selections from Spencer, Milton, Dryden, Johnson,. 
Oray, Goldsmith, and Shelley ; *Burke, <* Thoughts on 
the Present Discontents,** ^^Two American Speeches." 
The following will be found usefrd books of reference 
for students in this subject: Marsh's Lectures on the 
English Language, edited by W. Smith; ltaich*a 
• Clarendon Pimb Seriei. 



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Engliflh Past and Present ; Morris's Historical Oatllnes 
of English Accidence ; and Hallam^s History of English 
Literature, so far as relates to English writers. 

[The portion of English History to be prepared in 
1876 is the same as for 1875; and the course in the 
English Language and Literature to be prepared in 
1 876 is as follows : —English Grammar ; Morley's First 
Sketch of English Literature, chapters lY., VII. sec- 
tions 37-99, VIIL, X., XL; Chaucer, as before; 
'Shakespeare, '^Tempest;" «Pope, '^ Essay on Man ;'*^ 
•Milton, " Areopagitica i^ •Burke, as before.] 

Section B. — ^Lanouages. 

A lair knowledge of one of the following languages will 
enable a Candidate to pass in this section: 

1. Latin. 

Any two of the following, provided that one of the 
books selected be in prose and the other in rerse. 

Virgil— The Georgics, Book IV., from line 281 to the 
end. 

Virgil— The -ffineid. Book V., from line 104 to line 861. 

Osar— GaUic War, Book 11. 

Cicero— The first section ot Part I., or '* Greek Anec- 
dotes," of " Walford*s Extracts (Clarendon Press Series). 

An easy passage from some other Latin author lor 
translation into English. 

A passage of English, with occasional Latin words or 
expressions supplied, for translation into Latin. 

[The books between which a Candidate will be allowed 
to make her selection in 1876 are 

Virgil— Georgics, Book I. 

Horace— Odes, Book II. 

Csesar, as before.. 

Cicero, as before.] 

2, Greek. 

Any two of the following, provided that one of the 
books selected be in prose, and the other in Terse:— 

Homer— lUad, Book XVHI. 

Sophocles — Ajax, omitting choral passages. 

Plato— The Apology of Socrates. 

Xenophon—Philpotts* Selections, Section VL,or"The 
Battles of Leuctra and Mantinea." 

[The books between which a Candidate will be allowed 
to make her selection In 187<> are- 
Homer— Iliad, Book VI. 

Sophocles, as before. 

Plato, as before. 

Xenophon, as before. 

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3» Pencil. 

Corneille— Lc Cid. 

Bacine— Andromaqne. 

Moli^re— Le Mmnthrope^ 

Sainte-Beure, Portaraits de Femmes. 

A paseage for translation into English will also be 
■elected fh>m some other modem French author, and 
a passage from a modem English author will be given for 
translation into French. 

[The books to be prepared for the Examination of 1876 



Corneille— Poljeucte. 

Bacine— Britannicns. 

Molidre— Les Fourberies de Scapin, and L'Avare. 

Segur— Histoire de la Grande Arm^.J 

4. German. 

Freytag— Soil und Haben. 

Goethe — Ipliigenie anf Tauris. 

A passage for translation into English will also be 
selected firom some other modem German author, and 
a passage from a modem English author will be given for 
translation into German. 

[The books to be prepared for the Examination of 1876 
are — 

Freytag— Ingo and Ingraban. 

Schiller— Jungfrau ron Orleans. 

Goethe — ^Hermann imd Dorothea.] 

5. Italian. 

Grossi— Marco Visconti and Bdegonda. 

A passage for translation into English will also be 
selected from some other modem Italian author, and 
a passage from a modem English author will be given 
for translation into Italian. 

[The books to be prepared for the Examination of 1876 
I aie— 

Bosfaii— Lam(maca di Monza. 

l>ante— Inferno, L to X. Fracticelli's edition is re- 
commended.] 

Section G. — ^Mathematics. 

Euclid, Books L, IL, lH. 

Algebra to the end of Quadratic Equations. 

Section D. — Logic atxd Pouticaii Economy. 

A &ir knowledge of one of the following subjects will 
enable a Candidate to pass in this section :— 

Logic — Fowler's DeductiTe Logic (Clarendon Press 
Series). 



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Political Economy — ^Fawcett'8 Manual of Political 
Economy. 

The following books Trill be found nsefol by Students 
in this group- — 

Logie.—JeYon'B Lessons in Logic; Whately*s Logic, 
Books II., III. ; Miirs Logic, Book IIL, chapters l-U 
inclusive, 20, 23, Book V. 

Political Economy, — MilPs Political Economy; Cairnes'a 
Some Leading Principles of Political Economy. 

Section E. — ^Natural Sciences. 

A fair knowledge of one of the following subjects will 
enable a Candidate to pass in this section : — 

Astronomy. — ^The first eleven chapters of Herschers 
Outlines of Astronomy. 

Chemistry. — ^Text-books — ^Roscoe's Lessons in Ele- 
mentary Chemistry ; Williamson's Chemistry for Students 
(Clarendon Press Series) ; Galloway's First Step in Che- 
mistry. For consultation — ^Miller's Elements of Chemistry. 

Heat — Ganofs Physique, Book VI., or Everett's 
translation of Deschanel's Trait^ El^mentaire de Physique, 
Part IL, or Balfour Stewart's Elementary Treatise on Heat. 

Sound. — ^Tyndall's Lectures on Sound. 

Botany. — ^Text-books — Oliver's Lessons in Elementary 
Botany. For consultation — Asa Gray's Structural and 
Systematic Botany ; Henfrey's Elementary Course of 
Botany, by Masters. 

ZooiiOGY. — Text-books — Nicholson's Text-book of 
Zoology for the use of Schools; Huxley's Lessons in 
Elementary Physiology ; Cleland's Physiology. For con- 
sultation — Milne Edwards' Cours El^mentaire de Zoologie^ 
English translation ; Huxley's Introduction to Classifica- 
tion oi Animals. 

Physical Geography. — Text-books — Maury's Phy- 
sical Geography for Schools and General Readers; Youngs 
Physical Geography, in Collins's Advanced Science Series; 
Johnston's School Atlas of Physical Geography. For 
consultation — Ansted's Physical Geography ; Humboldt's 
Cosmos. 

Geology. — Text-books — Jukes' School Manual of 
Geology ; Tate's Rudimentary Geology ; Page's Advanced 
Text-book in Geology. For consultation — Lyell's Stu- 
dents' Elements of Geology ; Juke's Manual of Geology^ 
by Geikie ; Ramsay's Physical Geography and Geology 
of Great Britain. 



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EXAMINATION OF OANDIDATBS 

VHOARE 

NOT MEMBERS OP THE UNIVERSITY, 
Under the Ordinance of the 30/A Xamuxry^ 1860. 

REGULATIONS FOR THE YEAR 1875. 
TIMB AND PLAGE OF BXAUINATIOK. 

Examinations will be held next June in Dublin, in the 
Queen's Colleges at Belfast, Cork, and Galway, and simul- 
taneouslj in other places, if it be requested and found ex- 
pedient. 

Every Candidate who passes will receive a Certificate 
in Arts, specifying the subjects in which he haa satisfied 
the Examiners. 

Local Committees wishing to have Examinations held in 
their several districts, may obtain all necessary information 
from the Secretary, Queen's University, Dublin Castle. 

TIME OV APPLTIHO. 

Candidates desirous of being examined in DubHn, or 
at Queen's College, Belfast, Cork, or Galway, must 
apply to the Secretary of the Queen's University, Dublin 
CaaUe. 

Candidates desirous of being examined at any other place 
must apply to the Secretary of the Local Committee at 
such place. 

All applications tnusi be lodged on or before the first 
Saturday in May. 

Local Committees desirous of having Examinations held 
in their several districts must apply on or befoi'e the fiist 
Saturday in ApriL 



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EZAMINATIOK FOR THE CERTIFICATES IN A1IT8 
AWARDED TO JUNIOR CANDIDATES. 

Candidates must not be more than fifteen years of age 
on the first day of June ^ 1875. 

Every Candidate will be required to pay a fee of Ss. 

This fee must be paid to the Secretary on or before 
the first Saturday in May. It will not be returned in case 
of the withdrawal or rejection of the Candidate, nor will 
it admit to any Examination except that of ] 875. 

I. All Candidates at this Examination will be required 
to satisfy the Examiners in — 

1. Reading aloud a passage from some English author. 

2. Writing a continuous passage and a list of difficult 

words from Dictation. 

3. The analysis and parsing of a passage taken from 

Shakespeare's "Henry VIIL" (Hunter's Edition). 

A paper of questions, suggested by the Poem, will be added. 
[" Richard 11."* is the play to be prepared for the Examioa- 
tionof 1876.] 

4. Writing a short English Composition, such as a de- 

scription of a place, an account of some useful natu- 
ral or artificial product, or the like. 

5. Arithmetic. 

No Candidate will be passed who cannot work the first 
four roles, simple and compound. 

Questions will be set also on Vulgar and Decimal Frac- 
tions, and on Proportion. 

6. Geography. 

Erery Candidate will be required to fill up an outline 
Map (of either England, Europe, or North America), by 
insertmg the chief ranges of mountains, the chief rivers, 
and chief towns. 

Questions will also be set in Geography. 

Clyde's School Geography is recommended. 

N.B. — The quality of the handwriting and the spelling 
in the several Exercises will he taken into account. 

n. Every Candidate wUl he required, also, to offer him- 
self for Examination in one, at least, of the following sub- 
jects:— 

B 



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1. Latin. 

A passage will be giren from Livy (Book I.), for 
translation into English, with grammatical and general 
questions. 

A passage from the "i&neid/* BookIL, for transla- 
tion into English. 

A passage of English (with the lAtin words supplied) 
for translation into Latin. 

[The portions to be prepared for the Examination of 
1676 are Book II. of Caesar's '< Gallic War," and BookV. 
of Virgil's "jEneid.T 

2. Greek. 

A passage will be given from Book III. of Xenophon's 
*' Anabasis," for translation, with grammatical and ge- 
neral questions. 

A passage, not lyrical, from the "Alcestis** of Euripides, 
for traniQation into English. 

[The portions to be prepared for the Examination of 
1876 are Book III. of Aenopbon's *< Anabasis" and a 
passage, not lyrical, from the ** Medea" of Euripides, 
between lines 465 aud 1080.] 

3. French. 

A passage will be set from •* Le Consent," by M. M. 
Erckmann-Chatrian, for translation into English, with 
grammatical and general questions. 

A passage from a modem French author for translation 
into English. 

English sentences for translation into French. 

[The book to be prepared in 1876 is **Derriire les 
Haies, by M"»- de Witt.J 

4. German. 

A passage will be set from Hauff—'* Liechtenstein; 
Erstes Buch," for translation into English, with gram- 
matical and general questions. 

A passage from some other modem Qerman author for 
translation into English. 

English sentences for translation into Grerman. 

[The book to be prepared in 1876 is '< Undine,'' by 
Fouque.] 

5. Italian. 

A passage will be set from Pellico, " Le ^e Fiigioni," 
cap. I.— XLVI. 

A passage from some other modem ItaUan author for 
translation into English. 

English sentences for translation into Italian. 



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NOT MEMBERS OF TBS UNIVXBSlTr. ^5 

6. MatheBiatics. 

Euclid, Books I., II., III. 

Arithmetic. 

Algebra, to Simple Equations, inclnsiye. 

This amount of knowledge will enable a Candidate to 
pass in this subject. 

Questions will also be set in Euclid, Books IV. and 
VI., and in Quadratic Equations, Progressions, and Pro- 
portion. 

The names of the successful Candidates who distinguish 
themselves will b^ arranged in two Honor Glasses* The 
names of the other successful Candidates will be arranged 
in two Pass Divisions. 

After each successful Candidate's name will be inserted 
his Age, the place of his Residence, and the School (if any; 
from which he comes to attend the Examination. 

The Certificate given to each successful Candidate will 
specify the subjects in which he has satisfied the Examiners. 



Examination for the Certificates conferring 
THE Title of Associate in Arts of the 
University. 

Every Candidate will be required to pay a fee of 10*. 

This fee must be paid to the Secretary on or before the 
first Saturday in May. It will not be returned in case of 
the withdrawal or rejection of the Candidate, nor will it 
admit to any Examination except that of 1876. 

I. All Candidates at this Examination will be required 
to satisfy the Examiners in — 

1. Writing a continuous passage, and a list of difficult 

words from Dictation. 

2. Analysis of English sentences and parsing, and cor- 

rection of faulty sentences. 

3. A short English Composition. 

4. Arithmetic. 
6. Greography* 

Every Candidate will be required to fill up an outline 
Map of some countiy in Enrope to be named by the 
Examiners, by inserting the chief ranges of mountains, 
the chief' rivers, and the chief towns. 

Questions will also be set in Geography. 

Clyde's School Geography is recommended. 

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6. Outlines of English Histoxy, including the succession 
of sovereigns, the chief events, and the characters of the 
leading men in each reign. 

N.B. — The quality of the handwriting and the spelling 
in the several Exercises will be taken into account. 

n. Every Candidate will also be required to satisfy the 
Examiners in two, at least, of the following Sections: — 

Sect. A. — English. 

This will include questions in — 

1. English History, especially the period from 1660 to 

1783 ; and the outlines of the History of English Litera^ 
ture during this period. 

2. Shakespeare's ** Hamlet'* and Burke's ** Thoughts on 

the Present Discontents," and Speech on ** (S>ncili8. 
tion with America." 

3. Physical, Political, and Commercial Geography. 

A fair knowledge of one of these three classes of subjects 
will enable a Candidate to pass in this Section. 

[The courses to be prepared for the Examination of 
1876 are— 

I. English History, as before. 

2. Shakespeare's ** Tempest,** and Burke, as before. 

3. Geography, as before.] 

Sect. B. — Languages. 

1. Latin. 

Passages will be given from the following course: — 
Livy (Book I.) ; Virgil's "jEneid" (BookV.); Horace's 
"Odes" (Book I.}, for translation into English, with 
grammatical and general questions. 

An easy passage from some other Latin author for 
translation into English. 

A passage of English, with occasional Latin words or 
expressions supplied, lor translation into Latin. 

[The portions to be prepared for the Examination of 
1876 are Book L of Caesar's *• Gallic War," Book IL of 
Virgil's -ffineid," and Book IL of Horace's " Odes."] 

2. Greek. 

A passage will be given from the following course :-* 
Homer's " Diad " (Book VL) ; Xenophon's "Anabasis" 
(Book II. )f for translation into English, with, gram- 
matical and general questions. 



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Any passage not l^cal from the <* AlcestU** of Euri- 
pides, for translation into English. 
A passage of English for translation into Greek* 
[Tne portions to be prepared for the Examinations of 
1376 are Book VI. of Homer's "Iliad," Book III. of 
Xenophon's ** Anabasis," and the "Ajax** of Sophocles, 
omittuig choral passages.] 

3. French. 

ComeUle— Le Cid. 

Racine — Andromaque. 

Moliere — ^Le Misanthrope. 

Saint- BenTe— Portraits de Femmes. 
A passage for translation into English will also be selected 

from some other modern French author, and a passage 

from a modem English author, will be given for trans- 
lation into French. 

LThe books to be prepared for the Examination of 
1876 are— 

Comeille— Polyeucte. 

Racine — Britannicus. 

Moliere — Les Fourberies de Scapin, and L'Arare. 

S^gnr— Histolre de la Grande Armte.] 

4* Germaz}. 

Freytag— Soil und Haben. 

Goethe — Iphigenie auf Tauris. 

A passage for translation into English will also be 
selected from some other modern German author, and a 
passage from a modem. English author will be giren for 
translation into German. 

[The bcoks to be prepared for the Examination of 
1876 are— 

Freytag^Ingo and Ingraban. 

Schiller— Jungfrau von Orleans. 

Goethe — Hermann und Dorothea.] 

•5. Italian. 

Groeai— Marco Visconti and Ildegonda. 

A passage for translation into Enelish will also be 
selected from some other modern Itslian author, and a 
passage from a modem English author will be given for 
translation into Itatian. 

[The books to be prepared for the Examination of 
1676 are— 

Rosini — ^La Monaca di Monza. 

Dante— Inlemo, L to 2^* Fratricelli's edition ia 
recommended.] 

A fair knowledge of one of these languages will enable 
t Candidate to pass in this Section. 



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78 XXAHI2CAT1UN OF CAKDIOATSS 

Sect. C. — ^Mathematics. 

QaestionB will be set in Greometry, Algebra, Trigono- 
metry (Plaae and Spherical), Mechanics^ and Hydrostatics. 

Algebra, to the end of Quadratic Equations, and Euclid 
(Books I., n.» III., IV., YI.) will enable a Candidate to 
pass in this Section. ^ 

The names of the successful Candidates who distinguish 
themselves will be arranged in two Honor Classes. The 
names of the other successful Candidates will be arranged 
in two Pass Diyisions. 

After each successful Candidate's name will be inserted 
the School (if any) from which he comes to attend the Exa- 
mination. 

Every Candidate who passes will receive a Certificate 
specifying the subjects in which he has satisfied the 
Examiners. 



Directions given to aU Candidates under Examination, 

I. Look carefully at the Time Table, in which the hoorci are fixed 
for the subjects of Kzamination on each day, and always be at 
the place of .Examination tome minutes before the time. 

II. When the questions are given you, read them over care- 
fully, and mark those which you think you can answer best ; and do 
them first. If, after that, you still have time to spare, try some of 
the others. 

III. If the questions be distributed into sections, you are re- 
commended not to confine your attention to any one division, but 
to endeavour to answer some of the questions in each. 

IV. Before you begin to write your answers, fill up the Forms 
which you wUl find on the covers of the blank-books provided for 
your answers 

v. In writing your answers — 

1. Do not write on the paper of questions issued to you, or 

on any other paper tnan that provided for your answers. 

2. Write on the ruMt side of the paper whatever you wish 

the Examiner to read, uahag the unruled pages for 
rough work only. 

3. Put in the margin the number of the question before eacik 

answer. 

4. Leave a blank space ir^er each answer. 

6. Be careful to uae a distinct blank-book for your answers, 
to each Examiner, if you fidd that the Ebnmination 
Paper contains questions set by more than one. 

6. If the blank-books given to you be tied together, do not 
separate them. 



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79 



YI. As soon as noUce is giyen (which will be flre minutes 
before the end of the time), finish yonr papers* and take them 
to the Examiner. 

Cautioni. 

Candidates are stricUj forbidden to communicate in any way 
with each other while under Examination. 

Any candidate detected in taking any unfidr adrantage, such ' 
as getting others to help him in answering his questions, or using 
any Book or Written Paper for the purpose, will be turned out 
with disgrace. And any Candidate aetected in helping another 
to take any unfiur adrantage will be subject to the same penalty. 

No Candidate is permitted to have in his possession, while he is 
in the Examination Room, any Book or Memorandum whatsoever. 
In case he may have brought any such Book or Papers with him 
to tiie Bxamination Boom, he must deliver them up to the Exa- 
miner before the Examination commences. He will otherwise 
render himself liable to the same penalty with those who may 
be detected in taking unfiur advantages. 

No Can d i d ate will obtidn leave to withdraw from the EzmmiOA- 
tion Boom until he shall have handed in his papers. 



TABLE OF UNIVERSITY FEES. 

The following University Fees are to be paid by the 
respective Candidates to the Secretary, before Examina- 
tion ; they will not be returned in case of rejection ^— 

Dipbma of Elementary 

Law, • • £2 

Diploma in Midwifery, . £2 

Associates in Arts, • lOs. 
Junior Certificates in 

Arts, . • • b$m 

Examinations for Womea £1* 







LL.D 


£3 


M.D., . . , 


6 


M.A., • . , 


8 


M.Ch., . . 


. 5 


LL.B., . • 


. 1 


B.A., 


. 1 


B.E., . . 


. 8 . 



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PAIZES FOinroED BT FTTBLIC STTBSCBIPTION. 



At a Public Meeting of the University in October, 1861, 
Sir Robert Peel offered the sum of £1,200 to found three 
exhibitions* of £40 each, to be competed for annuallj for 
ten years ; and he expressed his desire that these prizes 
should be tenable along with the small scholarships at- 
tached to the Queen's Colleges, in order that his benefeu:- 
tion might have the effect of increasing the value of the 
rewards provided for the most deserving students. 

When announcing this munificent gift, Sir Robert Peel 
invited others to co-operate with him in thus endeavouring 
to promote United Education, without adding to the burden 
on the public purse; and his invitation met with so ready 
a response that it became necessary to form a committee, 
which should take charge of the subscriptions, and make 
regulations for the proper allocation of the funds. This 
committee consisted of Sir Robert Peel, hart, m.p., {Chair- 
man) ; the Duke of Leinster ; the Lord Talbot de MsJahide, 
P.E.8. ; the Right Honorable Abraham Brewster, m.a., q.o. ; 
Sir James Emerson Tennent, ll.d. ; James Naper, d.l. ; 
Alexander Thom, esq. ; Benjamin Lee Guinness, esq.; Wil- 
liam Malcomson, esq. ; and G. Johnstone Stoney, m.ji.,f.e.8., 
(Honorary Secretary)* 

The annexed list contains the names of the subscribers, 
with the sums contributed by each : — 

£ t. d. 

HiiOneo the Bnke of Leinster, . .£800, . . . 300 • 

Vbcoont Palmentoa £100, . . . • . . 100 • 

BiB Exoellcnoy the Barl of Carlide, Lord LietUenami qf Ireland, 

£100 100 • 

The E&rl of Clarendon, CkanceUor ofth& Univertftyt 

Es' Vieeroy <if Ireland^ , . £S0, for fire years, . . 100 

• The Marquess of Lansdowne, . . £25, for fire years, . 1S6 

r Sir Bobert Peel, bart., ClMrmam qf CommMee^ 

£1S0, for ten yean, .1,300 • 

Alexander Thom, esq., . • • • £60^ for ten years, . . 600 

Lord Talbot de Malahide, • . £5, for fiTO years, . . Sft 
^. .. ^^^ MOO 

6 guineas, for ten years^ . 62 10 

£6, for fire years, . . 2A 

£00^ for tea years, . 600 

£25. fbr ten years, . 250 

£10, 10 



Vhe Right Hon. A. Brewster, ^&, 
Sir J. Emorson Tennent, • 
James Naper, enq., O.L., » 

William Haloomson, esq., . 
Benjamin Lee Guinness, esq., 
John William Carleton, esq., ^c. 



Allan PoUiKsk, esq., .... £25, 25 

Henry H. Stewart, esq., M.D., . . £120. ... . 120 t 

* This alloeation was afterwards changed, and Sir Robert Peel's benefaotioB 
merited in the general fund, in order that it might aid in establishing the eoanected 
•eriuM of prizes whioh tlie »tt;ip«irt of the public cnanltU ih<* Cummittoe to found. 



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Sir Edirard.Coe7 

G. J. StoMj, fltq^ r.B^ Horn, See, ^ 

Henry Harding, mq^ J.P., 

Biehard Ow«n O'JConor, aaq., . 

Robert SulllTan, evq., lud^* . 

Thomu GMement, Mq., J.P., . 

Robert SMuuierson, cm., m.o., 

J. Ifacoamarft CantweU, aaq., 

XdODteiuuit-Coloiftel Barton, CL., 

Oeoigo Orr Wilson, esq., 

Stephen Botdie, esq., j.p., 

RcT. George Hanuson Boade, 

John M'Btoj, eaq., 

T. S. Lindaey, eaq., aea* D.L., 

John Ross Mahon, eaq., j.p., . 

William Porater, eaq., D.Lb, . 

Lord Oranmore, 

Vera Foater, eaq., . 

The Verj Rer. the Dean of Waterford, 

Vanglun Montgomerr, eaq., . 

Uevtenant-Geneml Hall, C.B., J.P. 

Ynyr H. Boigea, eaq . , j.p., 

John RTall, eaq., LL.D., . 

Robert Ifaokay WUaon, ttaq.,t 

J. P. H. Kennedy, eaq., . 

John Franka, eaq., j.p., . 

Q.C., '*Bx-Seholar,T.c.D." 

Lord Dnnalley, 

P. C. Howley, esq., R.iii., 

Sir Robert Kane, r.B.a., . 

G. F. Bradr, esq., . 

The Lord Biahop of Derry, . 

William R. La Tonohe, eaq., . 

George Warner Slater, aaq., . 

Thomaa Hotlon, esq., D.u. 

Robert Gallowar, eaq., p.c.8., . 

Rer. C. S. Langley, 

8. Hanna, eaq., K.Jf., 

Henry Thomaa Hupe, eaq., J.P., 

WaifirightCiowe,J.P., . 

Sir James If array, m.d., . 

Rer. Arthur G. Ryder, O.D., . 

Fraaeb Ryan, eaq., Mayor of Clonmel, 

Thomaa Andrewa, eaq., m.o., p.ra, 

Riehard Davaon, esq., j.p., . 

Sir Riehard Moagrare, hart., d.u, 

John Brown, eaq., J.P., . 

Terr Rer. Viaoonnt Monntmorraa 

1. H. Swanton, esq., j.p., 

Manriee Fitagerald, eaq., 

Wm. R. Starkie, eaq., R.U., . 

Hon. Dadlej F. Fortoaone, J.P., 

Bolton J. Waller, aaq., j.p., . 

Henry OriAth, eaq., o.l., j.p., 

Sfar Robert Lynch Bloaae, hart, 

Bdvaid Benriek, eaq., . 

Joaeph O'Leary, eaq., . 

William Neabitt, esq., . 

" B W. Moffett, eaq., lud^ 



. flOfibr ten yeara, 
CommiUee, 

£S0, 
. £2A, for fire yoara, 



£60 a-year daring 
£S0, for at leaat &y 

£8, 

£5, . 

£2, for ten years, 
£40, for firo yoara, 
£10, . ... 

£1, for fire yeara, 

£1. . . . 

£S, for fire yean, 
£85, 

£5. - . , 

£5, for fire yeara, 
£)0, for ten yeara, 

£3 

£8, 



hia lifo. 
iTo yeara. 



£5, for fire years, 

««. 
£85, 

£80, for ten years, 
2 • 



£ a. d. 

100 

ao 

185 

I • 



£10, 

£10, for ton years, 

£1, for fire years, 
£80, for fiTo yoara, 

£1. for fire years, 
£50. . 
£10, . 

8 gninoaa, for fire yeari, , 

£5, for fire years, 

£5, . . . 

£5, for fire yeara, 

£5, 



£85, for two years, 

£8 

£5 a*year dnrlng Ui life. 
£30, . . . 

£5, . . . 
£800, . 

£3, for ten years, 

£5, for fire years, 

£8, for fire years, 

£3, for fire years, 

£8, for ton years, 
8 gaineas, for fire yean^ . 

£S, 

£5, for fire yoar% 
£10. . . 

£1, for fire years, 
£10, for fire years, 
£10, for ten yeara, 

£1, for ten years, 

£1, for ten yeara, 

£1, for ten yean^ 



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the diapoaal of the Ck»mmittee any balanoea which may lapae from time to tune^ and 
ia, therofore^ to thia extent, a eontiibator to the priaea ennmerated below. 



t Hr. R. if . Wilaon anbaeribed independently of the Committee ; bat his name ia 
pnhliahod here, inaamaeh aa he baa intimated to them that * " 

hia priae by the uorement aet on foot by Sir Robert Pool 



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Ghiri«t Croker Kingt mq^ JM>^ 



Bdvmid Townaend, eaq^ 
▲rthor HUl Cvrt^ eaq^ 
Thomu H. Bowneji eaq., 
WUliun King, fltq., 
Jamcfl V. Browne, aaq^ lUi 
BiokAid B. Bagl«7, enq., 
W. B. Camnfton, aaq., 
A. O. MelTUle, eiq^ m.o^ 
Vh«mM SkiUing, oq., . 
N. Colnlun, aaq^ mj>^ . 
John BloluurdMn, aaq., . 
▲rthar Ireland, eaq., 
WiOiAB Lnpfam, eeq., . 
Edward DiTen, esq., uj>^ 



£1, for tm jtan, 

£1, for ten yeere, 

£1, for ten yeen, 
. £1, for ten yewi, 

£1, for ten yean, 
. £1, for ten yean, 

£1, for ten yean, 

£1, for ten yean^ 
. £1, for ten yean, 

£1, for ten yean^ 

£1, for ten yean, 

£1, for ten yean, 

£1, for te« yean, 

£1, for ten yean, 

£1, forteayeara, 

£1, for at leaat fire yoai% 



£1, for fiTe years, 
£1, . . . 
£S5, . . . 
£2, . . . 
2gmneaa, < 
£2, for fire years, 



Jaaea Olbaon, eaq.,e Ghidnnaa of Qneen'a County, 

£10, for fire years, 
William Pennefother, eaq., J.P., 
Joaeph Cox, esq., k.m., . . . 
Manua Ooodbod J, esq., j.?^ . 
T. B. Tenlon, J.P., . 
Wm. Jamea Shaw, eaq., J.P., . 
Bar. Abrmham 8. Faller, ii.A., 
Jamea A. Lawaon, eaq., ^c., Solioitor-Oemeia], 

£25, 
^eoige J. Allman, eaq., LLj)., . £1, for teo yean« 

Biehard Doherty, eaq., icj>., . 
Lord Leeonfield, 
Wm. O'Connor Morris, esq., J. P. 
Thomas De Moleyna, eaq., J. p., 
Charlea Arahin, eaq.. R.11., 
Franeia Goold Morony, J.P., 
Schlin Molyneux, oaq., q.c., Ghairmaa of County Meath, 

£10, for ten yean, 
William Soott, eaq., K.D., £1, for at laaal three years, 

John B. Caimes, eaq., . . £1, for Urn yean. 

Lord Cremome, £30 

John B. Corballia, eaq., Q.C., Chairman of County Kilkenny, 

£10, . . . . 
Ber. E. F. Day, j.p., . . . . £3, . . . 
Ber. W. Maxiere Brady, . £1, for fire yean, 

Bobort Peel Dawson, eaq., B1.P., . £5, for two years, 

William Coatee, e»q., J.P., . £9^ for ton yean^ 

Llout-Oenenl J. Dawson Bawdon, J.P., £26, . 
John Elliott, esq., M.D., by the Deaa of Waterford, 

£1» . 
Henry E. Turner, esq., J.P., . . £5, 

Yiaoonnt Massoraene and Peirard, . £20, for fire years, 
Oeoige H. Lindsay, D.h., 



£1, for ten years, 
£100, . 
£1, for fiTo years, 
£10, . 

£3, . . . 
£2, 



Thomas Jennings, esq., . • 

T. C. Stewart Corry, esq., ICD., 

H. 0. Curran, esq., a.M., 

The Hon. Judge Raigreare, huv^ 

Charles Pntlaod, esq., . 

Ber. William Studdert Kenaedy, . 

The HoBocable Judge Keliy, u..d , 

Henry M*Cormao, esq., if.D., . 

"A Friend." by Sir J." 

Jo hn WU aon,.J.P., . 

PUsffuilh Mrfaeian, esq., H.if., 

John Biatoal, esq., Ma., 



£10, .... 

£1, for fire yean. 

£S, for fire years. 
£10. for three yean, . 
£10 

£1. 

1 gvlnea. for ten years, 

£1. for fiye yean, *. 

£5, for fire yean, 
£10. .... 

£6 

Jt, for fiTo years. 



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whieh he deserlbed; Jbvt when he afterwards saw the more OompitJiensiTe amns«« 
ments made by the Committee, he doabled his snbseripCbn in order that he mig bt 
.also be a contribator to the prisea feuded by them. 



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Tli9 Hanonble Judge Benrkk, 

James Fl jiui« eeq^ a donatioii of IS, i 

The Very Rer. tAe De«a of Xlphla, 

Ber. JobnBdfar^D.D^ . 

James L. M*Gaao^ esq., b.il. 

Her. John Fitsgenld I>ay, • 

Alexander Pindlator, esq.. 

Sir John Maeaeill, J.P., . 

Prederiek John Poster, esq., d.l., , 

John Shttldham, esq., D.ih, . 

« M. DV . . . . 

Prederiek H. Henry, esq., J.r., 

Darid Pioldlag Jones, eeq., J.P., 

The Hon. Darld Plnnket, 

Sir Charles H. Coote, hart., DX., 

Lord Blsjney, . • 

The Iftarqaess of Headfort, 

M.L.L., .... 

J. W. Browne, esq., • 

Thomas Dnnphy, esq. , j.p., . 

John Erans Delmege, esq., j.p., 

W. Knaresborough, esq., b,.m ., 

Ifiohad Galwey. n.M., . 

Arthur Prenoh, esq., ilm., 

J. Little, esq., R.M., 

John O'Donohne, . • • 

Francis Harding, J.P., . 

•— — - Edgeworth, eeq., . 

W. H.Hardinge,j)Mi., . . . 

If r. Sergeant Snlliran, . 

Ed. Palooner Litton, esq., 

Daniel O'Riordan, esq.. . 

Right Uonble. Alexander liaodonneU, 

John McDonnell, esq., m.o.. 

Jamas M'Donnell, esq., . 

Robert M'DooneU, esq., liJ>., 

William Drennan, esq., . 

Charles Taaffe, esq., 

Haich Law, esq., Q.a, 

Richard Dowse, esq., 

William J. Chamney, esq.. 



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Edmand Meares Kelly, esq^ 
The Baron de Robeek, . 
H. B. Coddington. esq., . 
Robert Taylonr, esq., LhJ>,, 
Samuel Pergnson« esq., Q.C., 
William R Cosaok Smith, esq., 
TheRer. P. S. Henry, O.D., 
Josroh Dunbar, esq., 
WilUam Talbot G/osbie, osq. 
WiUiam A. Hunter, esq., 
WiUiam AU^, ssq., J.P., 
Alderman R(>e,Dj<., • 
Langford Rae, esq., 
Bartholomew M*Corkell, esq.. 
Geneiml Sir Oeoige Brown, e.c.B., 
Wyrille Thomson, eeq., ll 
H. Sadleir B^dinga, esq.. 
John Kenny, esq., . 
Martin J. Gxpan, «sq , aij>. 
Barry Delany,esq„ M.O., 
John Duggan, esq„ 



Joseph H. Corbet^ ea<v» xj)., 
Lord Ashtoirnt 
John Dmmmond, esq. , . 
Alderman Atkinson, 



. £10, ibr ten years, 

L £1, for three jeari^ . 

iBS, for five years, 

iBl, for ten years, 

£5 

£1, for fire years, 
, £A0, for four years, 

£5 a<year during his liib. 

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£5, for fiTe years, 

£5, . . 
. £10, . 
, £6, . . . . 

£6, for fire years, 
■ £10, for firo years, 
, £80 a-year until further aotiee. 
. £10, for fire years, 

£5 

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£1, for fire years, 

£1, for fiTe years, 

£% for three yeai% . 

£1, for fire years, 

£1, for ftTo yean, 
6 guineas, 
, £1. . . . . 

£3, for fire years, 

£5 

£3 a-year dunng his lift. 
£25 

£2, for fire years, 
£10, .... 
I £10, for fire years, 

£5, for fiTe years, • 

£2, for Ato years, 

£2, for fiTo years, 

£1, for fiTo years, • 

> £Sft 

£36, ... . 

£5, . . . . 
8 guineas, for at leasl 
ten years, • • 

£2, for fiTe years, 
, £5, . . . 

£5 

£1, for fire yean^ 
. £3, . . . . 
, £2, for fiTe years, 
» £15 a-year during his life. 

> £1, . . . 
.£5. 

» £5, for ten years, 
. £10, for six years, 

. £20 

£1, for six years, 

, £60, 

£80, ... . 
6 gnineas, fbr six yeaz% 

> £l! ! ! ! ! 
. £1, . . . . 

1 guinea, for fiTe years, 
£1, for six years, 
£6, and £1 for fiTe years, 
, £100, .... 

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PHIZES FOUNDED BT PUBLIC 8UBSGRIPTIOH. 



*Ilobnt R. Kuifl, AM., . 

J. A. MUlar, ]i.ji., . . 

John Moorhmd, esq., K.D., 

Lanodot Studdert. ix.i>., 

Golonol Haniaon.. . 

J. W. Hatohell, eMi.. m.d.. 

Michael M. Ooald, aaq^ 

H. M. Jones, enq., . 

His Grace the Duke of Wellington, 

O. W. Hemana, eaq., 

Rer. Moffatt Jaokaon, . 

William Lorer. eaq., M.D., 

Oeoiffo L. Craik, om., ll.d., 

liiss Hamilton, 

John JamMon, esq., 

William J. Martin, esq., m.d., 

Waldron Burrowea, o«q., J.P., 

T. O. Leea, eaq., . . 

Y.Z.. . V , . 

Charloa Hopes, esq.. 

Colonel John Kelaall, . 

William M'Creedy, epq., 

Edward Smith, esq.» 

John Kane, esq., 

Charles C. Connor, esq., . 

Henry Bruen, esq., h.p., d.l., 

Rer. Charles E. Tisdall. d.d. 

Henrr Thynue, esq., 

George Chapman, esq., . 

James Wilson, esq., 

RcT. Robert Vanoe, 

Lieutrnant-Grneral Yonng, 

John J. Lloyd, esq., J.P., 

Edward Russell, esq., . 

Brinsloy Marlay, esq., d.l., 

John Adder, esq., 

Samuel H. Gowan, esq., 

Arthur P. Cleary, esq., . . 

8ad]eir Stonoy, esq., J.P., 

William Barker, eeq., m.d., 

Robert Nesbitt, esq., 

The Earl Fortescue, 

Gilbert Weir, esq., 

'S. A. Coehrane, esq., 

Charles Hurst, esq., M.D., 

Richard Barrington, esq., 

.John Busteed, esq., 

Riohard Dowd, esq., 

Thomas Wilson, esq^ 

"< A Friend,"- by James Wilson, esq. 

•** A Country Pirson," . 

J. B. Ball, esq., . . 

Michael T. Bass, esq., icp., 

RcT. Riohard Wrigbtson, 

WillUm O'HaUoran, eaq.. 

Edward Button, esq., m.d., 

Per Gilbert Weir, esq. .— 
City of Glawow Bank, 
Jamee Pritohard, esq., 
Alexander Hayes, esq.,. 
Robert M'Cowan, eaq., 
J. and C. Browne & Od., 

William Barrett, esq., . 

Peter Redfern, mol, m.d., 

Lieut-Colonel J. Bozbnrgh, 

Rot. Samnel Moor^ 



. £1. . 

. £6, . . 

£1, for fire yean^ 

£1, for three yean, 

► £3, . 
£1, for tea yoara, 

► £10. . ; . 
£100, . 

. £50, . 

£3, for serea yeaxv, 

£S. . . . 

-£!.... 

£1 ft-year till further notice. 

^1, . . . 
£S5. . . . 

£1, for deren years, 

£1, for fire years, 

£6, 

£1, for twenty yeaxa^ 
. £60. .... 
. £1. . 

£3, for fire years, 
. £5. . . . 
. £10. . 

£3 

£10, for fire years, 

£1, for jBre years, 

£1, for fire yean^ 

£1, . . . 

£2, for tea yeazs, 

£3, . 
. £5, . 
. £5, . . 

£5. . . . 
£85. . 

£1 a-year till fbrther notioe. 
. £1. . 

£1, for ten yean, 
. £1, . . . 

£8. . . . 

£1. . 
. £25. for three years, 

£1, for ton yeara, 

£1 a-year till further notice. 
1 guinea for ten years, 

£5 a-year until further notioe. 

.£1, for fire years, 
. .£1, for fire years, 
. £5, . . . 

£2, . . . 

•£1. . . 

£100. 

£S0, for fiw years, 
.£1, ..... 
^5, . . . . 
£10. . . . 



2 guineas, 

8 guineas, 

£1, 



£1. for three yean^ 
£1, for fi^e yean, 
£1, 



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B. Waten, esq., m .d„ . 
WiUiunO. Andrews, aaq., . 
Thonuw Fiugenld, «h^ j.r., . 
Waiiam Molony, eML/ . . 
Sdwmid J. M'Sheehy, m.d., . 

C. Joynt. o«q., m.d., 

B. N. lfatho«>n.Mq., . 
Gftptain Norton. . 
John Purser, esq., M.A., . 
John Daggux, esq., m^.. 



£S, . . . . . 2 • 

£5, 5 

£5, . . . . . 5 

£1» 10 

SgnlaoM, 5 5 
£5 ft-Tear until further notioe. 

£5, 5 

£100, 100 

£1, for ten years, . 10 

£1, for six years, 6 



Prizes which have been Foimded. 

This manificence on the part of the pablic has enabled 
the Committee to found the following prizes, to be com- 
peted for annually for ten years ; and to place at interest 
a considerable sum,* which will accumulate and form the 
nucleus of a fund for continuing these most useful aids to 
learning beyond that time. 

Eschibitions in the Faculty of Arts. 

Three exhibitions of £20 a-year for three years, three ex- 
hibitions of £15 a-year for three years, and two exhibitions 
of £10 a-year for three years, will be competed for annually 
in the Faculty of Arts. The three £20 exhibitions will be 
awarded to the candidates who stand foremost in order of 
merit from each college at the First University Examina- 
tion in Arts ; and the three £15 exhibitions to the candi- 
dates who stand second in order of merit from each college : 
proTided that their names appear in the First Class of the 
Division List at that examination. Of the two £10 
exhibitions, one will be awarded to the best answerer in 
Mathematical Science, and the other to the best answerer 
in the Ancient Classics at the First University Examina- 
tion. The £10 exhibitions are open to the competition 
of candidates from all the colleges, and maf be held along 
with one of the larger exhibitions. 

Each candidate will be deemed a student of that college 
in which he shall have attended the lectures of the second 
seftsion ; and no student will be admitted to the competi- 
tion who shall have allowed more than one academic year 
to intervene between the time that he entered upon the 
studies of the second session and the time of competition. 

* £3,408 has been already invested. It is the intention of the 
Committee to add to the reserve fimd whatever ftirther sums mav 
be at their disposal from lapsed exhibitions or other sources ; as it 
is very important tliat the assistance which is now being afforded 
Ibr ten years to students in the Queen's Colleges should not be 
allowed to come abniptly to an end at the close of that period. 



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The first instalment of each exhibition will be paid at 
the time of competition; the second when the exhibitioner 
takes th0 Degree of B.A. in the Qaeen*s Unirersity, pro- 
Tided he graduate with honors, and within two academic 
years ; and the third when he takes the Degree of MJL* 
in the Qneen's Uniyersity, proyided he obtain it within 
three academic years from the time of competition. 

Exhibitions in the Faculty of Medicme. 

Bbqulatiohs a. — Two exhibitions, one consisting of 
two instalments of £20 each, and the other of two in- 
stalments of £15 each, will be competed for annually in the 
Faculty of Medicine. These exhibitions will be awarded 
at the First Unirersity Examination in Medicine : the £20 
exhibition to the best answerer absolutely, in whicherer 
of the colleges he may have been educated ; and the £15 
exhibition to the candidate who is first in order of merit 
of the competitors from the other two colleges : provided 
that their names appear in the First GUss of the DiTision 
List at that examination. 

Each candidate will be deemed a student of that college 
in which he shall hare attended the lectures of the first 
session in the Faculty of Medicine ; and no student will 
be admitted to the competition who shall have allowed 
more than one academic year to interyene between the 
time that he entered upon the studies of the first session 
and the time of competition. 

The exhibitions in Medicine will be paid in two equal 
instalments : one at the time of competition ; the other 
when the exhibitioner takes the Degree of M.D. in the 
Queeu*sTJniyeraity, provided that he graduate with honors, 
and within four academic years from the time of com- 
petition. 

Kboulations R — In 1874 and 1875 Peel Exhibitions 
will be offered for competition at the Second University 
Examination in Medicine under the regulations heretofore 
in force. Oandidates who shall have previously passed 
the First University Examination will not be admitted to 
this competition. 

Exhibitions in the School of Engineering. 
Two exhibitions, one of £20 a-year for two years, and 
the other of £15 a-year for two years, will be competed 
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tions will be awarded at the First UniTersity Bxamination 
in Engineering : the X20 exhibition to- the best iinswerer 
absolutely, iu whiohever of the colleges he may hare been 
edueated ; and the £15 exhibition to the candidate who is 
first in order of merit of the competitors from the other 
two colleges : prorided that their names appear in the First 
Glass of the Division List at that eicamination. 

Each candidate will be deemed a student of that college 
in which he shall have attended the lecture^ of tlie second 
session ; and no student will be admitted to the competition 
who shall have allowed more than one aoadomio year to 
interrene between the time that he entered upon the 
atadies of the second session and the time of competition. 

The first instalment of each exhibition will be paid at 
the time of competition ; the other when the exhibitioner 
takes the Degree in Engineering of the Queen's Univer- 
sity, provided that he take honors with it, and obtain it 
within two academic years from the time of competition. 

Prizes in Composition, open to the competition of 
Graduates and ITndergraduates. 

Two prizes for English prose composition, one of £10 
worth of books, and the other of £5 worth of books, have 
been founded, and are open to the competition of ail mem- 
bers of the University who shall not have been graduates 
for more than three years at the time of competition, and 
who shall not have already twice obtained one or other of 
these prizes. 

Prizes in Composition^ open to fhe competition of all 
ITndergradnates. 
Two prizes in composition, one for English prose, the 
other for Qreek or Latin prose, and each consisting of £5 
worUi of books, have been founded, and are open to the 
competition of all undergraduates, provided that neither 
the English nor the Classical prize be awarded oftener than 
twice to any student. 

Prize in Composition, limited to the oompetition of 
Undergraidnates in Medicine. 
A prize of £5 worth of books has been founded, for a 
thesis on a subject to be prescribed, and is limited to the 
competition of the undergraduates in Medicine who shall 
not have already twice received the prize. 



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88 PRIZES FOUNDED BY FUBIJC SUBSCRIPTION. 

The subjeots on which the competitors for composition 
prizes are to write will be announced on or before the 
first of Jane in each year; the compositions, with fictitiooa 
signatures, are to be sent in to the Secretary of the Unirer- 
eitj, on or before the first of the following September, and 
the successful competitors will be declared at the next 
Public Meeting of the Uniyersity. 

Frizes at Entrance. 

Two prizes for English prose composition, and two 
prizes for Geometry, haye been founded in each college, 
to be awarded annually at entrance : first prize for English 
prose composition, X3 worth of books; second do., £2 
worth of books : first prize for Qeometry, £3 worth of 
books ; second do., £2 worth of books. 

All the exhibitions and prizes now founded by public 
subscription shall be tenable along with any other scholar- 
ships, exhibitions, or prizes to which the successful com- 
petitors may be otherwise entitled. 

Persons who wish to add to this Fund may find the 
following forms of use : — 

FORM OF DONATION. 

I enclose Pounds sterling, and desire that this 

fium be expended in founding Exhibitions or other Prizes to 
encourage learning and promote industrj among the Students and 
Graduates of the Queen s Universitj in Ireland. 
Dated at this day of 18 

(Signed), 
To the Bight Honorable 

Sir RoBEBT Peel, Bart., 
Chavrman of the Committee for augmenting the 
EndoumenU of the Queen* s dolleges,'^ 



FORM OF SUBSCRIPTION FOR A TERM OF TEARS. 
I enclose as the First Instalment of my Sub* 

«cription to the Fund for the Endowment ofPrizeSf in connexion with 
the Queen*s Univertity m Ireland^ and I will cau«e an equal sum to 
be lodged in the Bank of Ireland, to the credit of the same Fund, 
before the first of January in each of the next yean. 

Dated at this day of 18 

(Signed), 
To the Right Honorable 

8ir RoBEBT Peel, Bart., 
Chairman of the Committee for awmenting <A« 
Endowments of the Queen^s CoUegeu 



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THE QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY IN IRELAND. 

VUUor.—The Queen. 

Chancellor, — His Grace the Duke of Leinster, 
M.A. (Oxon.) 

Vice-Cliancellor. — Sir Dominic J. Corrigan, Bart, m.d.. 
Physician in Ordinary to the Queen in Ireland. 

SencUe^ 
The Rev. P. Shuldham Henry, d.d., M.a.LA., President, Q.C., 

Belfast. 
Edward Berwick, b.a., President, Queen's College, Oalway. 
Sir Richard Griffith, Bart., ll.d., Commissioner of Public 

Works. 
The Right Hon. Major-Gen. Sir Thos. A. Larcom, Bart., 

S.E., K.O.B., LL.D., 7.R.S., &C. 

James Gibson, m.a., q.o. 

The Right Honorable James Henry Monahan, Chief Justice 

of the Common Pleas. 
The Right Honorable Sir Robert Peel, Bart., a.o.B., m.p., 

&a, <kc. 
The Right Rev. William, Lord Bishop of Killaloe, d.d., ^c. 
His Grace Richard C, Archbishop of Dublin, d.d., kc. 
The Lord Talbot De Malahide, V.B.S., M.a.LA. 
The Lord Clermont, d.l. 
The Right Hon. the Lord Emly. 
The Right Hon. the Lord O'Hagan. 
Thomas William Moffett, ll.d. 
David Ross, M.A., ll.b. 

William K. Sullivan, ph.d.. President, Q.O., Cork. 
William MacCormac, m.a., v.b.o.8., m.r.i.a« 
Peter Redfem, jld. 
Maxwell Simpson, m.d., v.b.8. 
fiir Robert Kane, ll.d., p.b.b. 
Rev. R. Scott, D.D. 
Andrew M. Porter, m.a., q.o. 

Secretary to the Univenity. 
0. Johnstone Stoney, m.a., v.b.8., v.^.a.8., Ac 
Amitant-Secretary, — R. Owen O'Conor, ka. 

C/er*.— William P. North. 



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£x-oficio Memben. 

The Chancellor. 

The Vice-Chancellor. 

The President of Queen's College, Belfiust. 

The President of Queen's College, Cork. 

The President of Qiioen's College, Galwaj 

The Secretary of the UniToisitj. 

The Clerk of Convocation. 

Elected Metnben. 



Allman, George J., ll.i>. 
Atkinson, John, ll.b. 
Campion, WilliamB., b.a.,q.o. 
Cummins, Andrew, m.a. 
England, John, nla* 
Hyndman, Hugh, ll.b. 
Kane,Sir Robert, ll.i>.,f.b.8. 
Kane, Robert R., k.a., ll.b. 
MacCormac, William, ila., 

V.B.O.8., M.B.LA. 

H'Eane, John^ x.a. 
Mills, Richard H., 



Moffett, Thos. W., LL.]>. 
Monroe, John, k«Am ll.b. 
Nesbitt, William, m.a. 
O'Conor, Aylward 0*B., b.a. 
Petticrew, Key. Francis, B.A.. 
Porter, Andrew M., B.A. 
Redfem, Peter, k.d. 
Roe, William, m.d. 
Ross, David, m.a., lubu 
Seeds, Robert, ll.]>. 
Wall, Thomas J., B.A. 
Weir, Isaac, B.A. 



GUrk of Convocation. 
James Wilson, H.A., Ui.b. 

RepretentoHve on the Medical OoundL 
Sir Dominic J. Corrigan, Bart, u.i>. 



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PROFESSORS AND EXAMINERS OF THE UNIYERSITT. 

PBOrB880&8 AND XXAMIirXSS. 



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Sale of 


Thofl. Andzewi, uj>.. p.m.8.» 


Cbemistrj, • 


BeUMt, 


Snd Not. 1849. 










John BymU, LunTrVice-Pre* 


Greek, .... 


Cork, 


V* 


■id«t,<i.a.Cork. 








Wflttua King. MC^ . 
dttries IfaaOonall, u.J>^ 


Oeologj, .... 
Oxeek, .... 


Galwny, 
BelAst, 


ft 
n 


M.B.AkS. 










Natuml Hiatorr, . . 


Galiray, 


f* 


Bi^!^H. MiUi, M^., . 


Jorispradenoe sod PoU- 


Cork, 


M 


Thomtf Wm. Moffett^ lld.. 


HUtory, English Litera- 
tnre, & Mental Sdenoe. 


Galwny. 


w 


Sehlin Molrnenz, Ma.>Q.&, 


English Uw,. . . 


Belfast. 


,> 


WnUftin N«ibltt, Ma., 


Latin, . . . 


Belfast, 


f» 


John England. BLA., . . 


Nufcoral PhUosophy, . 


Cork, 


S7th Apr. 1853. 


lUbt H»rknflfls, p.R.8JUte., 


Geology,. / . . 


Cork, 


«• 


Thofl. £. cniffe Leslie, lub.. 


tioal Eeonomj. 


Belfast, 


17th Oct 1853. 


clo«rgeJ. AUman, u-D., • 




Galway, 


19th Dec 1853. 


J. HenrTCorbett,M.j)L, 
A lexander Jack, M.A., 


Anatomy and Physiology, 
CivU Engineering, . 


Cork, 
Cork, 


15th Apr. 1854. 
28th Aug. 1855w 


Thomas H. Rowney, phj».. 


Chemistry, 

Natural Philosophy, . 


Oalway, 


Snd Apr. 1856. 


Arthur Hill Curtia, M.A., 

ix.n. 
Joseph Beay Oreono, b.a^ 


Galway, 


19th Aug. 1857 


Natoral History, . . 


Cork, 


SndJan.l85& 


JI.D., p.i..a. 


, 






WIlBam B. Campion, &A., 


English Uw, . . . 


Oalway, 


5th Feb. 1859. 


JPeter Bedfen, M.D., . 


Anatomy and Physiology, 


BelfiMt, 


15th May, I860. 


Edward Townaend, u.a^ 


CiTil Engineering, . . 


Galway, 


10th Not. I860. 


John Pniaer, M.A., m.bxa.. 


Mftthematios, . . . 


Bellhst, 


8th July, 1868. 


John CleUnd, v.o^ . . 


Anatomy and Physiology, 


Galway, 


1st Doe. 1868w 


O'Axejr Wentworth Thomp- 
Al^L!^Ceissner,PH.o., . 


Greek, .... 


Galway, 


28th Get, 1864. 


Modem Languages, 
History and Bluish Lit»- 

ratore. 
Natural PhUosophy, . 
Mathematics,. . . 


Belikst, 


6th Oct. 1865. 


CDoke Yonge, B^,(Ozon.', 


Belftst, 


6th Oct. 1866. 


JoMph D.BTeratt,ii^,9.&x., 
Charles Niren, m jl, . 


Hiilfa.* 


ftth Not lAfiT 


ssr 


5th Not. 1887. 


John Park, H^, . . 


Logic and Metophyaiei^ . 


Belikst, 


1st Oct. 1868. 


Charles Oeialer, 


Modem Langnages* 


Galway, 


80th Oct. 1868. 


Thomas Magnlre, ll.du, . 
MarkaO'Shaiighnessy, . 


Latin, . ^ . . . 
BngllshLaw,. . . 

ttoaJ Economy. 


Galway, 
Cork, 


S8th Sep. 1869. 
9th Oct. 1868. 


WUllam Lnp«on, mjl, . 


Galway, 


Snd Dee. 1870. 


Boh«rtO.Cimningham, h.»., 


Natuml History, . . 


BelfiMt, 


S3rd Mar. 1871. 


Qeoige F. Armslrang, mjl. 


History and Bogliah Lite, 
ratnre. 


Cork, 


16thOot.l87U 


Ifazwell Simpsn, M.D., 
Omme Fnller, MLA^ . 


Chemistry, . . . 


Cork, 


19th Feh. 1871. 


dTU BnglBeering, . . 


Belfast, 


1st Sep. 1878. 



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OTHER PaprX880R8. 



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PlDfcWOff 


SSSH 


Ma of 


Ja«M v. Biowne, B^., uj>.. 


MiSirtferT. '- * '. 


Galway, 
BelfSut, 


Snd Not. 1849. 


Kick ColaluUl.ll.D„ P.H.C.8.B. 


Medioine, . . . 


Oalway, 


D 


Raymond De V Arioonr, o. es l. 




Cork.' 


M 


Riobard Dohertj, mj>^ta, 


Midwifery. . . . 


O^lway. 


W 


Dab. Obat. Sodetj. 








Alexander GoTckm,K.D., . 


MiSiferj, I '. 


Bel&st. 


,j 


JoehuaR. Harrej, wa., kj).. 


Cork, 


tt 


John F. Hodgee, k.d.» 




Belfiut. 


M 


Bunnell Lewii, M.A., . 


Utin. .... 


Cork. 






Medioine, 


Cork. 


f* 


OooTgB & Head, . . . 


LogieandlfetaphTiie*,. 


Cork. 




Geo. PuoeU O'Leuj, K.A., 

1I.D. 

James Seaton Reld, mj>., . 


Materia Mediea, . . 


Cork. 


19th Oct. 1857. 


Materia Medioa, . 


Belikgl, 


20th Jniy. 1864 


Wm. K. Tanner, k.i>., 


u3i2!% .' ! 


Cork, 


James Cuming, k.d., . 


Belfart, 


S6th Aug. 186ft. 


R. F. Dill, MJ>., 


Midwifery, . 


Beifaet. 


let Fob. 1868. 


J. P. Pje, M.O 


Materia Modioa, . 


Oalway, 


26th Not. 1878. 



OTHER EXAMINERS. 



,--. 


.-.^u. 


Dato«»r 


Henry Kennedy, ilo.. 
James V. Browne. if.D.. 
J. Bmerson Reynolds, m.cb.. • 
Walter 6. Smith. M.D.. . . 


Midwifery. • . . . 

Median 

Snivery, • • . • 

MatoriaMedioa, . • . 


16th Not. 1871. 

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LIST 

OF 

CANDIDATES WHO HAVE PASSED IN 1874, 



DEGREES, DIPLOMAS, CERTIFICATES, &a 



The names in each class are arranged alphabetically. 
The Dbqbbb of LL.D. 

Chris^an Nune. Samame. College. 

Alexander Gnj^ of Queen's College, Belfast* 

Thomas Miller Ma^uire, of Queen's College, Galway. 

James Owens ^|!i[7^®f ^^ Queen's Collie, Belfast. 

Matthew Wylie, of Queen's College, Belfast. 

Robert Beatty Wylie, of Queen's College, Belfast. 

Fob thb Dbgbeb of Doctob in MsDiaKx. 

October, 1874. 

First Honor Class. 

P. Johnson Fr^er, b.a., of Queen's College, Galway. 

William John Le Grand, of Queen's College, Cork. 

Charles James Plumer, of Queen's College, Belfast. 

Second Honor Class, 
Joseph Henry, of Queen's College, Galway. 

Joseph Parker, of Queen's College, Belfast. 

Upper Pass Dimsion. 
Arthur Robert Campbell, of Queen's College, Belfast. 
Also Passed, 
Allen, of Queen's College, Cork. 

Balbimie, of Queen's College, Belfast. 
Blackall, of Queen's College, Cork. 

Colthurst,B. A., of Queen's College, Cork. 



James Franklin 
Hugh De Vaux 
John J. 
Ludlow Tonson 
Maurice C. 
William 
James 
William 
William Joseph B. 

Henry 

Charles Ferdinand 

Samuel Edgar 

Thomas 

Norman 



Daly, B.A., of Queen's College, Cork. 

Graham, of Queen's College, Belfast. 

Guthrie, of Queen's College, Belfast. 

Jennings, of Queen's College, Cork. 

Lyons, of Queen's CoDege, Belfast. 

M*Clure, of Queen's College, Belfast. 

Marks, of Queen's College, Galway. 

Martin, m.a., of Queen's College, Belfast. 

Neville, of Queen's College, Cork. 

Pollock, of Queen's College, Belfast. 



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DEORBESy DIPLOMAS, CERTIFICATES, &C. 



For thb Dborsb ov Doctor in TAKDioTSE.^-cantinued. 



Christiui Name. 


SurmiiiA. 


Colleg^i. 


James 


Ross, 


of Queen's CoUege, Belfiut 


Michael Itichard 


Ryan, 


of Queen's College, Cork. 


William Savaffe 
John Moiit6it£ 


Speer, 


of Queen*s College, Bel&st. 


Warren, 


of Queen's College, Galway. 




June, 


1874. 


John 


Adderley, 


of Queen's College, Cork. 


William Edwards Breton/ 


of Queen's College, Cork. 


WiUiibi 


Brooke, b.a... 


of Queen's College, Galway. 


Charles 


Cooper, 
Crotts, 


of Queen's College, Cork. 


James 


of Queen's College, Cork. 


William 


Davis, 


of Queen's College, Galway. 


Alexander 


Dempsey, 


of Queen's CoUege, Galway. 


Gerald 


Fitzgerald, 


of Queen's College, Cork. 


John Philip 


Greany, 


of Queen's College, Cork. 


Christopher 


Gunn, 


of Queen's College, Cork. 


Charles A. 


Harvey, b.a. 


> of Queen's College, Cork. 


Thomas 


Loane, 


of Queen's College, Cork. 


David 


M'Coubrey, 


of Queen's College, Belfast. 


WilUam 


M*Iver, 


of Queen's College, Belfast. 


Timothy 
Michael 


Mullane, 


of Queen's College, Cork. 


Munro, 


of Queen's College, Belfast. 


P. P. Fendon 


0'Connor,B.A., of Queen's College, Galway. 


William 


Ross, M.A., 


of Queen's College, Belfast. 


William M. 


Rostcn, 


of Queen's College, Galway. 


Robert 


Tidbury, 


of Queen's College, Cork. 


The Degree of Master in Arts. 




First Honor Class. 



James Joseph O'Donoghue, of Queen's College, Cork, First 

Class in Classics. 
George Pritchard Taylor, of Queen's College, Belfast, First 

Class in Experimental Science. 

Second Honor CUm. 
John Clarke, of Queen's College, Belfast, Second Class in 

Natural Science. 
Charles Victor Coates, of Queen's Collie, Belfast, Second 

Class in Mathematical Science. 
Patrick Concannon, of Queen's Colle^ Galway, Second Class 

in English, Metaphysics, and Political Economy. 
W. J. S. Dickey, of Queen's College, Belfast, Second Class in 

Mathematical Scieace. 



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The DBaBBB ov Mabtbe iir Abts. — corUinuecL 

W. H. Maxwell, of Queen^s College, Galway, Second Class in 

Classics. 
Ardiibald Smylie, of Queen^s Colleges, Galwaj and Belfi»t, 

Second Clan in Classics. 
John Stuart, of Queen's College, Belfast, Second Class in Logic, 

Metaphysics, and Political Bconomy. 

Upper Past Division. 

Thomas Inrine, of Queen^s College, Belfast. 
James O'Neill, of Queen's College, Belfast 

Also Passed, 
Elijah M^Mordie, of Queen's Colleges, Belfast and Galway. 
James Meeke, of Queen's College, Belfast. 
Robert Moore, of Queen's College, Belfast. 

Masters in Suboebt. 



October, 1874. 



Christiatt Name. 
James Franklin 
Hugh de y aux 
Robert Talbot 
Albert J. 
James 
Maurice C. 
P. Johnson 
John Philip 
J.Wilson 
William 
William John 
Henry 
Thomas 
Joseph 
K^onnan 

Michael Richard 
William Savage 
Robert 
John Monteith 



James 

Charles J. 
John James 



Sonume. 
Allen, 
Balbimie, 
Beamish, m.d., 
Clapp, M.D., 
Crofbs, M.i>., 
Daly, B.A., 
Freyer, b.a., 
Greany, m.d., 
Hamill. m.d., 
Jennings, 
Le Grand, 
M*Clupe, 
NevUle, 
Parker, 
Pollock, 
Ryan, 
Speer, 

Ijdbury, m.d., 
Warren^ 



of Queen's 
of Queen's 
of Queen's 
of Queen's 
of Queen's 
of Queen's 
of Queen's 
of Queen's 
of Queen's 
of Queen's 
of Queen's 
of Queen's 
of Queen's 
of Queen's 
of Queen's 
of Queen's 
of Queen's 
of Queen's 
of Queen's 



College. 

College, Cork. 
College, Cork. 
College, Cork. 
College, Cork. 
College, Cork. 
College, Cork. 
College, Galway. 
College, Cork. 
College, Belfast. 
CoUege, Cork. 
College, Cork. 
College, Belfast 
College, Cork. 
College, Galway. 
College, Belfast. 
College, Cork. 
College, Belfast. 
College, Cork. 
College, Galway. 



June, 1874. 
Moran, b.b.» of Queen's College, Cork. 

M.D. 

M^Carde, m.d., of Queen's College, Cork. 
Morris, M.D.y of Queen's College, Galway. 



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Mastebs in Sttbgebt— eon^tnt^. 



GhrittiAii Name. Surname. 

John Adderley, 

WUliam Edwardf Breton, 



Christopher 

Charles A. 

Thomas 

Dayid 

Timothy 

P. P. Fendon 

William 



Joseph Roberib 

Jas. Alexander 

Henry Haslett 

John 

John 



College. 

of Queen's CoUege, Cork. 

of Queen's College, Cork. 
Gunn, of Queen's College, Cork. 

Harvey, b.a., of Queen's College, Cork. 
Loane, of Queen's College, Cork. 

M*Coubrey, of Queen's College, Belfast. 
Mullane, of Queen's College, Cork. 

0'Connor,B.A., of Queen's College, Gal way. 
Ross, 1I.A., of Queen's College, Belfast. 

The Dbobbe of LL.B. 

First Honor Class, 
Shell, of Queen's CoUege, Galway. 

Second Honor Class, 
Rentoul, of Queen's College, Galway. 

Also Passed, 
Seattle, of Queen's College, Cork. 

M*Lean, of Queen's College, Belfast. 

Stuart, of Queen's College, Belfast 



The Deoree of Baohelob in Arts. 

JFlrst Honor Class. 

John William Byers, of Queen's College, Belfast, First Class 

in Natural Science. 
John Clarke, of Queen's College, Belfast, First Class in 

Classics. 
Robert H. Frederick Dickey, of Queen's College, Belfast, First 

Class in Experimental Science. 
Michael Kelly, of Queen's College, Galway, First Class in 

Mathematical Sdence. 
Joseph Larmor, of Queen's College, Belfast, First Class in 

Mathematical Science, and First Class in Experimental 

Science. 
Adam John M*£lwaine, of Queen's College, Belfast, First 

Class in Classics. 
George O'Connor, of Queen's College, Galway, First Class 

in Modem Languages. 
Peter O'Kinealy, of Queen's College, Galway, First Class 

in Mathematical Science, and Second Class in English, 

Metaphysics, and Histoir. 
John Bruce Wallace, of Queen's College, Belfast, First Class 

in Modem Langaages. 



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Thb Dbqbbb of Baohslob in Aets. — continued. 

Second Honor Class, 

Charles Warke AlHson, of Queen's College, Cork, Second 

Glass in Experimental Science. 
Arthur Henry Bates, of Queen's College, Belfiut* Second Class 

in English, Metaphysics, and Political Economy. 
Joseph William Robert Cami)bell, of Queen's College, Belfast, 

Second Class in Natural Science. 
Robert James Hamill, of Queen's College, Belfast, Second Class 

in Experimental Science. 
James Hanna, of Queen^s Colleges, Belfast and Galway, Second 

Class in English, Metaphysics, and History. 
James Hickman, of Queen's College, Galway, Second Class in 

Experimental Science. 
James Watt M'Ninch, of Queen's College, Belfast, Second 

Class in English History, and Political Economy. 
James Mullin, of Queen s College, Galway, Second Class in 

English, Metaphysics, and History. 
George Gardner Parkinson, of Queen's College, Belfast, 

Sea)nd Class in Classics. 
Edward Alexander White, of Queen's College, Belfast, Second 

Class in Experimental Science. 

Upper Pass Division, 

College, 
of Queen's College, Belfast, 
of Queen's College, Belfast, 
of Queen's College, Galway. 
of Queen's College, Cork, 
of Queen's College, Belfast, 
of Queen's College, Cork, 
of Qneen's College, Belfast, 
of Queen's College, Belfast. 

Passed. 

of Queen s College, Cork, 
of Queen's College, Cork, 
of Queen's College, Belfast, 
of Queen's College, Galway. 
of Queen's College, Galway. 
of Queen's College, Belfast, 
of Queen's College, Cork, 
of Queen's College, Belfast, 
of Queen's College, Belfast, 
of Qneen's College, Galway. 



Chrittijui Name. 


Surname. 


James 


Barron, 


Alexander 


Henderson, 


Joseph Chris. 


M'Namara, 


John 


Moloney, 


DaTid 


Steen, 


Waiiam 


Stoops, 


Rutherford 


Waddell, 


Samuel 


Walker, 




Also 


Thomas Gelston 


Atkins, 


Robert Charles 


Black, 


Samuel G. Breton Clarke, 


John 


Dickson, 


Isaac C. 


Dundee, 


Samuel Rea 


Henry, 


Charles Mason 


Johnston, 


John 


Johnston, 


James 
Johns. 


Magowan, 
Molony, 



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Thb Dbgbbb of Baohelob nr ENonrBBBDio. 



First Honor Class* 

Surname. Colla^ 

Horan, of Queen's Collie, Belfast. 

Kingston, of Queen's College, Cork. 

Second Honor Class^ 

Wilson, of Queen's College, Belfast. 

Woods, of Queen's College, Galwa^r* 

Upper Pass Division. 
Robert Inkerman Calwell, of Queen's College, Belfast. 

Also Passed. 
WilliamYalentine Miller, of Queen's College, Cork. 



Gbriftuui Name. 

John 

William 



Alexander 
Richard John 



Diploma iv Eleuentabt Law. 
Second Honor Class, 
William Charles Taylor, 

Also Passed. 
John McLean, of Queen's College, Belfast. 





Diplomas in Midwipbby. 




OCTOBEB, 1874. 


James Franklin 
John J. 
Dayid Graham 


Allen, 
Blackall, 
Browne, b.a., 


of Queen's College, Cork, 
of Queen's CoUege, Cork, 
of Queen's College, Belfast. 


Ludlow Tonson 
Maurice C. 
Richard J. 


M.D. 

Colthurst, B.A 
Daly, B.A., 
Drury, b.a.. 


., of Queen's College, Cork, 
of Queen's College, Cork, 
of Queen's CoUege, Galway. 


P. Johnson 

J. Wilson 

William 

William John 

Henry 

Thomas 

Norman 


ja.j#. 

Freyer, B.A., 
Hamill, Mj>., 
Jennings, 
Le Grand, 
M*Clure, 
Neville, 
Pollock, 
Speer, 


of Queen's College, Galway. 
of Queen's College, Belfast, 
of Queen's College, Cork, 
of Queen's CoUege, Cork, 
of Queen's CoU^ Belfast, 
of Queen's CoUege, Cork, 
of Queen's CoUege, Belfast, 
of Queen's College, Belfast 

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Diplomas in Mibwifbbt. — cofUinued. 



Christiftn Nftme. 
James 

John 

William Edvarda 

James 

John Philip 

Christopher 

Charles A. 

Dayid 

William 

Timothy 

P. P. Fenelon 

William 

Kobert 

Charles H. 

James 



June, 1874. 

Sonuune. 

Moran, b.s., of Qaeen*8 

M.I>. 



Adderley, of Qiieen*s 

Breton, of Queen's 

Crofts, of Queen's 

Greanj, of Queen's 

Gunn, of Queen's 

Harvey, b.a., of Queen's 

M*Coubrey, of Queen's 

M'lver, • of Queen's 

Mullane, of Queen's 
O'Connor, b.a., of Queen's 

Ross, M. A., of Queen's 

Tidbury, of Queen's 
Haines, b.a., of Queen's 

M.D. 

Magill, B.A., of Queen's 

M.D. 



College. 
College, Cork. 

College, Cork. 
College, Cork. 
College, Cork. 
College, Cork« 
CoUege, Cork. 
College, Cork. 
College, Belfast. 
College, Belfast. 
College, Cork. 
College, Galway. 
College, Belfast. 
CoUege, Cork. 
College, Cork. 

College, Cork. 



Second Uniyebsitt Examination in Medioinb. 
OCTOBEB, 1874. 
First Honor Class. 



Richard Francis 


Startle, 


of Queen's College, Cork. 


John Jagoe 


Welply, 


of Queen's College, Cork. 


Arthur A. 


Woods, 


of Queen's College, Belfast. 




Second Honor Clou, 


GObert 


Kirker, 


of Queen's College, Belfast. 


William 


M'Geagh, 


of Queen's College, Belfast. 




Upper Pass Divisum. 


Charies Henry 


Bennett, 


of Queen's College, Cork. 


Francis 


ConoUy, 


of Queen's College, Galway. 


William 


Corry, 


of Queen's College, Belfast. 


John 


Davies, 


— 


. Hugh Xjatimer 
Richard 


Donovan, 


of Queen's College, Cork. 


Jenniugs, 
Kennedy, 


of Queen's College, Cork. 


Edward J. 


of Queen's College, Cork. 


Robert 


M«Ivor, 


of Queen's College, Belfast. 


Charles 


Magill, 


of Queen's College, Belfast. 


Patrick Joseph 


O'Sullivan, 


of Queen's College, Galway. 

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SsooHD nNiyjEBsmr Ezahihatioh nr MsDionrB.^con. 

Christian Name. Sorname. College. 

Turner W. Pooler, — 

Henry Tomkina, .— 

FranciB Henry Walmsley, of Queen's College, Bdfiist. 



AUo Pasted, 



William 
Robert AUen 
Daniel 
William 
James Carroll 
Arthur 
John Dunbar 

JohnT. 
John Stephen 
Justin F. 
Eobert E. 
Michael 
Robert 
Charles J. 
John Curten 
Denis 
William 
William John 
Robert J. 
William 
Greorge Stanley 
John Richard 
Michael U. 
Robert H, 
William John 
Dayid 

John Frederick 
Archibald 
John 



John P. 
Robert 
David 
James F. 
George H. 
William F. 
William 



Allen, 

Brannigan, 

Burden, 

Crofts, 

Daly, 

Derham, 

Dickson, 

Dillon, 

Dobbyn, 

Donovan, 

Donovan, 

Dundon, 

Eccles, M.A., 

Fahie, 

Harnett, 

Harrington, 

Hayes, 

Irvme, 

Kennedy, 

Leonard, 

Murray, 

Oliver, 

O'Sullivan, 

Robinson, 

Stevenson, 

Taylor, 

Wales, B.A., 

Wallace, 

Wilson, 

June, 

Balbimie, 

Beattie, 

Bradley, 

Brodie, 

Bull, 

Carmody, 

Coates, 



of Queen's College, Galway. 
of Queen's College, Belfiut. 
of Queen's Collie, Cork, 
of Queen's College, Cork, 
of Queen's College, Cork, 
of Queen's College, Cork, 
of Queen's Colleges, Galway 

and Belfast, 
of Queen's College, Cork. 
of Queen's College, Galway. 
of Queen's College, Cork, 
of Queen's College, Cork, 
of Queen's College, Cork, 
of Queen's College, Belfast, 
of Queen's College, Cork, 
of Queen's College, Cork. 

of Queen's College, Cork, 
of Queen's College, Belfast, 
of Queen's College, Cork, 
of Queen's College, Galway. 

of Queen's College, Cork, 
of Queen's College, Cork. 

of Queen's College, Belfast, 
of Queen's College, Belfast, 
of Queen's College, Belfast 
of Queen's CoUege, Belfast- 
of Queen's College, Cork. 

1874. 

of Queen's College, Belfast 
of Queen's College, Galway. 
of Queen's College, Belfast 
of Queen's College, Galway. 
of Queen's College, Cork, 
of Queen's College, Cork, 
of Queen's College, Cork. 



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Secohd UHiyEBaETT ExAmvATioN nr Mbdiodtb. — con. 

Chriftian Nanw. Sanwme. College. 

Jephflon Connell, of Queen*s College, Cork. 

John J. P. Cornilliac, of Qaeen*8 College, Cork. 

Patrick Dempsey of Queen's College, Belfast. 

Robert Esler, of Qaeen's Collie, Belfast. 

Francis Meagher Greoghegan, of Queen's College, Galway. 

George T. Gogsin, of Queen's College, Cork. 

Charke Good, of Queen's College, Belfast. 

James J. Gorham, b.a., of Queen*s College, Gralway. 

H. C. Kirkpatrick, of Queen's College, Belfast 

George Latour, of Queen's College, Cork. 

Yniliam M*Afee of Queen's College, Galway. 

James Thomaa M^Namara, of Queen's College, Galway. 

Edward Geo. E. Marks, of Queen's College, Galway. 

Charles F. Marks, of Queen's College, Galway. 

Samuel D. Martin, of Queen's College, Belfast. 

Eobert Moore, b.a., of Queen's College, Belfast. 

James Moorehead, of Queen's College, Belfast. 

Edmund Murphy, of Queen's College, Belfast. 

Francis H. S. Murphy, of Queen's College, Cork. 

Channing Neill, of Queen's College, Belfast. 

George F. Nicholson, of Queen's College, Galway. 

Michael R. O'Connor, of Queen's College, Cork. 

William S. Paterson, of Queen's College, Cork. 

William D, Power, of Queen's College, Cork. 

William A. Quayle, of Queen's College, Belfast. 

Charles E. Tanner, b.a., of Queen's College, Cork. 

William H. Thomhill, b.a., of Queen's College, Cork. 

John Wade, of Queen's College, Galway. 

James O'B. Williams, 

William C. Williamson, of Queen's College, Cork. 

Daniel Wilson, b.a., of Queen's College, Cork. 



FiBffr Uhiysbsitt Ezamihation ih Abts. 

OCTOBEB, 1874. 



Fh-st Class. 



Andrew J. C. Allen, 

William Beatty, 

Thomas Boyle Brookes, 

Hugh Alexander Clarke, 

Joseph Hall, 

J. BToward Murphy, 
Robert 



of Queen's College, Belfast, 
of Queen's College, Bel£ut 
of Queen's College, Belfast 
of Queen*s College, Belfast 
of Queen's College, Belfast 
of Queen's College, Belfast, 
of Queen's CoU^, Galwa}*. 



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FiBST •XJniybbsitt ExAxmATioN nr Abtb — continued. 
Second Oass, 



Chriftian Name, Snrxuune. 

Samuel Lombard Brown, 
William J. Johnston, 

Annesley Afihworth SomerYiUe, 
Alex. Chambers Tate, 



Robert N. T. 
Bichard 
Hamilton 
Thomas Martin 
Denis Francis 
John 
David 

William James 
Samuel Law 

William 

William 

Francis 

Robert 

Thomas 

Walter C. 

William 

Charles 
John Andrew 
William Thomas 

James 
James 
Isaac C. 
^John Killips 
Alexander 
William 
Samuel Rea 
John 
James 

Greorge Basil 
.James 
William 
, James 

.John William 
•Christopher Jas. 
William 
Edward A. 



College. 

of Queen*s College, Cork. 

of Queen's College, Belfast. 

of Queen's College, Cork. 

of Queen's College, Belfast 
Uoper Pats Division. 
Belcner, of Queen's College, Cork. 

Belton, of Queen's College, Cork. 

Benson, of Queen's College, Cork. 

Corker, of Queen's College, Cork. 

Hanni^n, of Queen's College, Cork. 
MacMillan, of Queen's College, Galway. 
Parke, of Queen's College, Belfast. 

Fenndl, of Queen's College, Belfast. 

Wilson, of Queen's College, Galway. 



Also Passed, 

Barry, of Queen's College, Cork. 

Black, of Queen's College, Belfast 

Chambers, of Queen's College, Belfast. 

Dickey, of Queen's College, Belfast. 

Dorman, of Queen's College, Cork. 

Johnson^ of Queen's College, Cork. 

Kelly, of Queen's Colleges, Galway 

and Cork. 

Lavertine, of Queen's College, Galway. 

M*Mordie, of Queen's College, Belfast. 

Orr, of Queen's College, Belfast 

January, 1874. 

Barron, of Queen's College, Belfast. 

Curry, of Queen's College, Belfast 

Dundee, of Queen's College, Galway. 

Greenfield, of Queen's College, Galway. 

Henderson, of Queen's College, Belfast. 

Hennessy, of Queen's College, Cork. 

Henry, of Queen's College, Belfast 

Johnston, of Queen's College, Belfast 

Knowles, of Queen's College, Belfast. 

M^Leayy, of Queen's College, Belfast 

Magowan, of Queen's College, Belfast 

Moran, of Queen's College, Belfast. 

Mullin, of Queen's College, Galway. 
Parker, of Queen's College, Galway. 

Street, of Queen's GoU^e, Belfast 
Watters, of Queen's College, Gralway. 

White, of Queen's College, Cork. 



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103 



Fdust Uniyebsitt Examination in Medicine. 
October, 1874. 
Second Honor CUus. 
Christiaa Name. Son&arae. College. 

MichaeUoMph M'Carthy, of Queen's College, Cork. 

Upper Pass Division, 

Samnel Alexander, of Queen's College, Belfast. 

Samuel Bateman, of Queen's College, Belfast. 

Henrj C. Brannigan, of Queen's College, Belfast. 

John R. Galvin, of Queen's Cgllege, Cork. 

Charles Graham, of Queen's College, Belfast. 

Jeremiah MuUane, of Queen's College, Cork. 



Also Passed. 



William Heniy Bracken, 
John Cahill, 

Thomas Faterson Devlin, 
James A. Gordon, 



Robert J. 

James Palmer 

John 

Henry 

Thomas Fred. 

Henry M. 

James 

John Wesley 

Thomas 

Daniel 

Henry 

Gerrase Robert 

Samuel 

J. C. Greatrakes 

John 

William John 

John Edward 



Hamill, 

Uanrahan, 

Leonard, 

M*Cormick, 

MacNeece, 

Madden, 

Mathews, 

Megarry, 

Newburgh, 

O'Connor, 

O'NeiU, 

Percjr, 

Fhihps, 

Sandiford, 

Sheedy, 

Sprott, 

Walsh, 



of Queen's College, Belfast, 
of Queen's College, Cork, 
of Queen's College, Belfast, 
of Queen's Colleges, Belfast 

and Galway. 
of Queen's College, Belfast, 
of Queen's College, Cork, 
of Queen's College, Cork, 
of Queen's College, Galway. 
of Queen's College, Belfast, 
of Queen's College, Cork. 
of Queen's College, Belfast. 
of Queen's College, Belfast, 
of Queen's College, Cork, 
of Queen's College, Cork, 
of Queen's College, Belfast, 
of Queen's College, Belfast, 
of Queen's College, Cork, 
of Queen's College, Cork, 
of Queen's College, Cork, 
of Queen's College, Belfast, 
of Queen's College, Cork. 



June, 18T4. 



Charles 

Alfred 

William 

Thomas 

Charles Henry 

Archibald 

William A. 



Allen, 

Allen, 

AUen, 

Archer, 

Bennett, 

Bland, 

Bracken, 



of Queen's 
of Queen's 
of Queen's 
of Queen's 
of Queen's 
of Queen's 
of Queen's 



College, Belfast. 
College, Belfast. 
College, Galway. 
College, Belfast. 
College, Cork. 
College, Cork. 
College, Belfast. 



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First Ukivebsitt Examikation in Medicine — eon. 



Ohmtiftn Name. 

John 

Michael 

Peter 

J. Dunbar 

John S. 
Robert E. 
Hogh Latimer 
Midiaei 
Charles 
Alexander 
Charles 
PatricbC. 
Augustus P. 
Edwin John 
Michael J. 
Sydney W. 
Samuel J. B. 
Lysander 
Alfred H. 
Hugh 
Edward H. 
Albert £. 
Patrick 

Jerome Eugene 
Thomas F. 
William 
JohnT. 



Soziuune. 
Carmody, 
Collins, 
Cullinanei 
Dickson, 

Dobbyn, 

Donovan, 

Donovan, 

Dundon, 

Fenwick, 

Eraser, 

Hall, 

Hickey, 

Hills, 

Kennedy, 

Lyden, 

M'llwaine, 

M^Kinney,B.A. 

Maybury, 

Miller, 

Montgomery, 

Moore, 

O'ConneU, 

O'Connor, 

O'Sullivan, 

Riordan, 

Rowney, 

Thomas, 



College, 
of Queen*s College, Cork, 
of Queen*s College, Cork, 
of Queen's College, Cork, 
of Queen's Colleges, Galway 

and Belfast, 
of Queen's College, Galway. 
of Queen's College, Cork, 
of Queen's College, Cork, 
of Queen's College, Cork, 
of Queen's College, Belfast, 
of Queen's College, Belfast, 
of Queen's College, Belfast, 
of Queen's College, Cork, 
of Queen's College, Cork, 
of Queen's College, Cork, 
of Queen's College, Galway. 
of Queen's College, Belfast. 
i,of Queen's College, Galway. 
of Queen's College, Galway. 
of Queen's CoUege, Cork, 
of Queen's College, Belfast, 
of Queen's College, Galway. 
of Queen's College, Cork, 
of Queen's College, Galway. 
of Queen's College, Cork, 
of Queen's College, Cork, 
of Queen's College, Belfast. 



FntsT TTnitebsitt Examination in Ekginesriko. 
October, 1874. 
First Honor Class, 
Coey, of Queen's College, Belfast. 

Connery, of Queen's College, Cork. 

Usher, of Queen's College, Galway. 

Upper Pass Division, 
Chesney, of Queen's College, Belfast. 

Dickson, of Queen's College, Belfast. 

Ferguson, of Queen's College, Belfast. 

Also passed, 
Cochrane^ of Queen's College, Belfast. 
Crowe, of Queen's College, Cork. 

Nolan, of Queen's College, Belfast. 

Januaet, 1874. 
William Y aloitine Miller, of Queen's College, Cork . 



Robert 
Daniel 
John M. 

Charles A. 

John 

James Randal A. 

Ernest 

O'Byme 

Foster 



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PEmn FOUMBSD BT PuBLIO SuBSOBIFTIOK. 

£xHIBinOVS AWABDXD AT flBOT UviYBBSITT EXAMIVATIOW 
IN AbIB. 

James Campbdl Allen, First from Queen's College, Belfast,. 
jC17 10#. a year for three years ; and £10 a year for three- 
yean, as the best answerer in Mathematical Science. 

Hagh Alexander Clarke, First from Queen's College, Belfast, 
£17 10*. a year for three jears; and £10 a year for three 
years, as the best answerer m Ancient Classics. 

Bobert Shore ; First from Queen's College, Galway ; £20 a year- 
f or three years. 

ExHIBinOHB AWABDBD AT THE SkOOND TTNiySBSITT 

Examination in Medicine. 

John J. Welply, of Queen's College, Cork; First; £20 a year 

for two years. 
Arthur A. Woods, of Queen's College, Belfast; Second; £15 

a year for two years. 



Exhibitions Awabi>ed at Fibst Uniybrsitt Examination 
IN Enoinebbino. 

Robert Coey, of Qneen*s College, Belfast; First; £20 a year 

for two years. 
Daniel Connery, of Queen's College, Cork ; Second; £15 a 

year for two years. 

SbOOND OB ThIBD InBTALMENTB of EXHIBCnONB. 
Kame. GoDdition. Exhibition awarded. 

C. V. Coatea, M.A., . October, 1871. 

J. J. O'Donoghue, M.A., . October, 1871. 

W. H. Maxwell, M.A., . October, 1871. 

W. J. Steele Dickey, M. A., . October, 1872. 

J. B. Wallace, B.A. with Honois, . October, 1872. 

J. Clarke, B.A. with Honors, . October, 1873. 

P. O'Kmealy, B.A. with Honors, . October, 1873. 

J. Larmor B.A. with Honors, . October, 1873. 

6. O'Connor, B.A« with Honors, . October, 1878. 

J. Horan, B.£. with Honors, . October, 1873. 

B. J. Woods, B.£. with Honors, . October, 1873. 

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POBTPONSB MbDIOAL EXAMINATIONS. 




OCTOBBB, 1874. 




Upper Pass Dhisian. 


Chrirtbn Name. 


Sumame. 


Collage. 


William Fnncifl 


Carmodj, 


of Queen's College, Cork. 


Samuel 


Fergus, 


of Queen's College, Belfast 


Charles 


Good, 


of Queen's College, Cork. 


William Thomas 


Johnston, 


of Queen's CoUege, Belfast, j 


Joseph 


McClelland. 


of Queen's College, Belfast. 




AUo Passed. 


James Joseph 


BlacVall, 


of Queen's College, Cork. 


James Fitzgerald Brodie, 


of Queen's College, Galway. 


Stanley B. 


Coates, 


of Queen's College, Belfast. 


Frank 


Dayison, 


of Queen's College, Belfast. 


Robert 


Esler, 


of Queen's College, Belfast. 


Jonas 


Howe, 


of Queen's College, Cork. 


R.D. 


M'Master, 


of Queen's College, Belfast. 


George Flood 


Nicholson, 


oi Queen's College, Galway, 


Michael U. 


O'Sullivan, 


of Queen's College, Cork. 


John Philip 


Park, 


of Queen's College, Belfast. 


Edward 


Phillips, 


of Queen*s College, Galway. 


James 


Tidbury, 


of Queen's College, Cork. 




January 


, 1874. 




Passed. 


Richard C. 


Burke, 


of Queen's College, Cork. 


James 


Crofts, 


of Queen's College, Cork. 


James C. 


Grar, 

Laffan, 


of Queen's College, Belfast 


George 


of Queen's College, Cork. 


Thomas 


M'Laughlin, 


of Queen's CoUege, Belfast 




June, 1874. 


John J. 


Adams. 


of Queen's CoUege, Belfast 


James Franklin 


Allen, 


of Queen's College, Cork. 


James Fisher 


Anderson, 


of Queen's CoUege, Belfast 


Henry B. 


Beamish, 


of Queen's CoUege, Cork. 


Roger 
WiUiam A. 


Bickerstafie, 


of Queen's CoUege, Belfast 


Burgess, 


of Queen's CoUege, Cork. 


Robert J. 


Camac, 


of Queen's CoUege, Belfast 


Martin F. 


Cleary, 


of Queen's CoU^ Cork. 


George 


Com^p, 


of Queen's CoUege, Galwav. 


J.L. 


Curtin, 


of Queen's CoUege, Cork. ' 


George 


Dougan, 


of Queen's CoUege, Galway. 

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SunuuDO. 



BEOBEfiS, DIFLOMA8, GBYTIFICATES, &C. 107 

PoflTPOVEB MbDIOAL EXAMINATIONS. ~C0tI<mU6(f« 

College. 
of Qaeen*s College, Galway. 
of Queea*8 College, Belfast, 
of Queen's College, Belfast, 
of Queen's College, Belfast, 
of Queen's College, Galway. 
of Queen's College, Belfast, 
of Queen's College, Cork, 
of Queen's College, Cork, 
of Queen*s College, Belfast, 
of Queen* s College, Galway. 
of Queen's College, Cork, 
of Queen's College, Galway. 
of Queen's College, Cork, 
of Queen*8 College, Belfast* 
of Queen's College, Galway. 
of Queen's College, Cork, 
of Queen's College, Cork, 
of Queen's College, Galway. 
of Queen*s College, Belfast, 
of Queen's College, Cork, 
of Queen's Colle^, Galway. 
of Queen's College, Galway 

and Belfast, 
of Queen*s Coll^, Cork. 



Thomas G. Emerson, 

Turner J. Fisher, 

James Guthrie, 

James Hamilton, 

John Shaw Hayes, 

Joseph Henry, 

John Holmes, 

Jonas Howe, 

John Hughes, 

William S. Irwm, 

William Jennings, 

John Isaac Lynham, 

Edward C. M*Cartie, 

Henry M^Clure, 
Mark Anthony McDonnell, 

Alfred H. Miller, 

John Mulrennan, 

Joseph Parker, 
John F. FitzgeraldParr, 

Thomas D. Fo^ham, 

Martin Quirk, 

David R. Boss, 



Michael B. 



Ryan, 



Examination of Candidates fob the title of Associate 
IN Abts. 
Ftrit Honor Class^ (arranged alphabetically, 
John Alexander Boyd, First Class in Latin and Greek, Second 
Class in Geography. Royal School, Dungannon ; Rev. H. 
Ringwood, m.a., Master. 
George Smith Sterling, First Class in Algebra, Second Class in 
Geometry and Tr^nometry. Santry School; David E. 
Allen, Master. 

Second Honor Class. 

Vernon Davys Despard, Second Class in Latin. Hillbrook 
School, Belfast ; Richard Farrell, i«l.b., t.cd., Blaster. 

Upper Pass Dioision, 
Joseph Fleming, Upper Division in Geography, Geometry, and 
Algebra. Hillbrook School, Belfast ; Richard Farrell, ll.b., 
T.C.D., Master. 



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James diaries Eellj, Upper Diidsion in Geognpby. Erasmus 
Smith's School, Great Brunswick-street, JDublm ; George' 
Forte, 1I.II.I.A., Master. 

Francis Kobert Storey, Upper Division in Geometry, Algebra,, 
and Trigonometiy. Santry School ; David £. Allen, Master. 

AUo Pcmed* 

Bobert Ardill. Hillbrook School, Belfast; Richard Farrell,. 

IX.B., T.G.D., Master. 
James Duncan. Santry School ; David E. Allen, Master. 



EZAMINATIOH OF BOTB UKDEB FiFTEBN YeAB3 OF AgE. 

First Honor Class. 

Robert Shepherd, First Class in Arithmetic, Second Class id 
Geometry. Hillbrook School, Belfast ; Richard Farrell, ll.b., 
T.C.D., Master. 

Second Honor Class, 

Charlton Ernest Bain, Second Class in Arithmetic. Hillbrook 
School, Belfast ; Richard Farrell, ll.b., t.c.d.. Master. 

Henry George Johnston, Second Class in Latin. Hillbrook 
School BeSast ; Richard Farrell, ix.b., t.c.d., Master. 

Arthur Wilkinson, Second Class in Latin. Hillbrook School,. 
Belfast ; Richard Farrell, u..b., t.cd., Master. 

Cpper Pass Division, 

Frederick FaUdner Minchin, Upper Division in Arithmetic and 

Algebra. Chesterfield School, Farsonstown ; Richard Biggs, 

M.A., Master. 
John Wright Moore, Upper Division in Greometry. Erasmus 

Smith's School, Great Brunswick-street; George Forte, 

Master. 
Charles Henry Wiber, Upper Division in Arithmetic. Hill* 

brook School, Belfast ; Richard Farrell, ll.b.» t.cd.. Master. 



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LIST OF GRADUATES 



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^fATRICULATED UNDER-GRADUATES. 



Nftmet. 



Abernethj, Jas. M'L. 
Adair, James J. 
Adair, Thomas, 
'Adams, Archibald, 



llitrtettUtad. 

1849 
1853 
1867 
1869 



Adams, David 0. . 1868 

Adams, Hugh Thos. 1863 

Adams, Joh n James, 1868 

AdamsoD, John Q. Glas. 

Adams, Robert O. . 1868 

Adderly, JohD, . 1867 

Addej, George, . 1865 

Agnew, Samuel, 1861 



Ahem, Michael, • 1867 

Aheme, John L. . 1869 

Aickin, William, . 1849 

Alexander, John, . 1864 

Alexander, Samuel, 1873 

Alexander, Thomas, 1 863 

•Alexander, William, 1861 

Alexander, William, 1866 

Allen,A.J. Campbell, 1872 

Allen, Alfred, . 1872 

Allen, Charles, . 1872 

Allen, Charles, . 1872 

AUen, Hamilton L. . 1 858 

AUen, James F. • 1869 



Allen, Bobert, 



1864 



Belfast, B.A. 1854. 
Galway,B.A.1858,M,D.1861* 
Belfast, B.A. 1871. 

Galway &, Belfai>t, m.d. 1872, 

M.CH. 1872. 
Belfast & Galway, B. A. 1873. 
Be]fast,v.D. 1869,m.oh. 1869. 
Belfast, 2nd Med. Ex. 1873. 
Belfut, M.D. 1 872,M.OH. 1 872^ 

Dip. Mid. 1872. 
Cork. 
Cork,K.D. 1874, m.ch. 1874, 

Dip. Mid. 187. 
Cork, B.K. 1870. 

Belfast and Galway, b.a. 
1868, M.D. 1871, 
M.CH. 1872, Dip. 
Mid. 1872. 
Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1870. 
Cork, B.A. 1873. 

Belfast, M.D. 1855. 
Belfast, B.A. 1869. 
Belfast, 1st Med. Ex. 1874. 
Belfast, B.A. 1872. 

Belfast, M.D. 1865. 
Belfast,M. D. 1 870,M.OH. 1 870. 
Belfast, 1st Arts Ex. 1874. 
Gal.&Belf.l8tMed.Ex.l874. 
Gal. & Belf. 1st Med.Ex.l 874. 
Galway. 

Bel&st,aA. 1862, M.A. 1863. 
Cork,M.D. 1874, M.CH. 1874, 

Dip. Mid. 1874. 
Cork, B.A. 1868, ll.b. 1870, 



UuJ>. 1872. 

I Natal Medical Sarriea, liy competition. 
* AnayMedical Serrice, by competition. 



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MEMBERS OF THE UMVEESITT. 



Matricd^tod. ^^^ 



OnduAtod. 



Allen, WiUiam, . 1872 

Allieon, Charles W. 1871 

Allison, Hazlett, . 1866 

Allison, Robert, . 1872 
'Allnian,Geo. Johnston, ll.d. 

Ambrose, Daniel, . ] 864 

Ambrose, John, . 1867 

Ambrose, John D. . 1858 

Ambrose, Michael, 1872 

Ambrose, Bobert, . 1871 

Anderson, Adam, • 1868 

Anderson, Edward, 1864 
Anderson, Isaac H. 1864 
An der6on,Jas. Fisher, 1870 
'Andersonj John A. • 1861 
Anderson, John, • 1855 
Anderson, Richd. J. 1866 

Anderson, Walter, . 1860 

Anderson, Wm. John, 1871 

•Anderson, Wm. W. 1861 

Andrews, Samuel, • 1861 

Andrews, Thomas J. 1872 

^Anglin, Arthur H. . 1864 

^Anglin, Samuel, . 1863 

•Anthony, Mark Ed. 1863 

Archer, Thomas, . 1872 

Archibald, William, 1863 

'Armour, Jas. Brown, 1 860 

'Armstrong, Ot. W. P. 1867 

Armstrong, John, . 1865 

Armstrong, Thos. M. 1868 

Arnold, Pierce, • 1852 

Arnold, Bobert Jas. 1 849 

> Professor of MaihemAtiea, Queen^s College, Galway. 

• Army Medical Service, by competition. 

» Mathematical Master, Wesleyan College, Sheffield. 

* Whitworth Scholarship, by competition. 



Galway, 2nd Med. Ex. 1874. 

Cork, B.A. 1874. 

Belfast,M.D.1871,M.OH.1871. 

Belfast. 

Univ. of Dub.,adeund., 1863. 

Galway, h.d. 1865. 

Galway and Cork, 2nd Med. 

Ex. 1869. 
Cork, B,A. 1861, M.D. 1862. 
Galway and Cork. 
Galway aud Cork. 
Galway, Ist Arts Ex. 1870, 
2nd Med. Ex. 1873. 
Galway, m.d. 1867. 
Belfast, M.D. 1869. 
Belfast, 2nd Med. Ex. 1873. 
Belfast^ M.D. 1866. 
Belfast, B.A. 1860. 

Belfast, B.A. 1869,M.A.1870, 

M.D. 1872. 
Belfast, B.A. 1866. 

Belfast, 1st Arts Ex. 1873. 
Belfast, H.D. 1867. 
Belfast and Cork, b.a. 1865, 

H.A. 1866. 
Belfast. 

Cork, B.A. 1867, m.a. 1868. 
Cork, Dip. Eng. 1866. 

Cork, M.D. 1867. 

Belfast, Ist Med. Ex. 1874. 
Bel&st, 1st Arts Ex. 1865. 
Belfast and Cork, b.a. 1864, 

M.A. 1865. 
Cork, M.D.1872,M.OH. 

Dip.Med.1873. 
Belfast, B.A. 1869, M.A. 1870. 
Galway, m.d. 1869. 
Galway, b.a. 1856. 
Belfast, B.A. 1855. 



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MEMBEK8 OF TRX UNIVERSITV. 



HI 



KunML 



Matrioolfttad. 



Arnold, William, . 1859 

Aston, John G. . 1862 

* Aston, Wm. George, 1859 

Atkins, Ringrose, . 1867 



Atkins, Thomas G. 1870 

' Atkinson, John, • 1858 

Ayre, Geo. James, . 1873 

Babington, William, 1859 

Badhani, Henry, . 1859 

^Bagley, R. Blair, . 1849 

Bailey, James B. . 1867 

Bailey, Robert Wm. 1872 

Bailey, William H. 1866 

Baird, John, . • 1867 

Baker, Alfred B. . 1869 
Balbirnie, Hugh DeV. 1870 

Balbimie, John P. 1871 

Baldwin, Henry S. 1862 

Baldwin, Robert W. 1866 

Ballantine, Caldwell, 1873 

Barbour, David M. 1858 
Barker, Alexander 

Arbuthnot, . . 1873 

•Barker, Fred. ChaA 1864 

^Barkley, David G. . 1851 

Barkley, George, . 1866 

Barklie, Robert, . 1862 

Barnes, Isaac, . 1860 

Bames,Leopold J. J. 1868 

Bamett, Henry K. . 1851 

•Barrett, John, • 1850 

Barrett, Richard, . 1853 

Barron, James, . 1871 

Barry, Daniel F. 1870 



Bel&st, B. A. 1862, h.a. 1865. 
Belfast, B.A. 1868. 

Belfast, B.A. 1862, h.a. 1863. 
Cork, B.A. 1870, M.A. 1871, 

M.D. 1873, M.CH. 1873, 

Dip. Mid. 1873. 
Cork, B.A. 1874. 

Galway, b.a. 1861, Dip. El. 
Law, 1864, ll.b. 1865. 
Belfast 

Cork, B.A. 1862. 

Belfast, B.A. 1863. 
Cork, B.A. 1852, m.a. 1853. 
Belfast, M.D. 1872. 
Galway and Belfast. 
Belfast, B.A. 1870, m.a. 1872. 
Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1872. 
Cork. 

Belfast, ]f.D.1874,M.OH.1874. 
Belfast, 2nd Med. Ex. 1874. 
Belfast, M.D. 1866. 
Cork, B.B. 1870. 

Belfast 
Belfast, B.A. 1862. 

Belfast 

Belfast, M.D. 1868. 
Belfast, B.A. 1854, m.a. 1855. 
Belfast, B.A. 1871, m.d.1872, 

M.OH. 1872. 
Belfast 

Cork, B.A. 1863. 

Galway, icd. 1869. 
Belfast, 1st Arts Ex. 1862. 
Cork, B.A. 1853. 

Cork, M.I). 1861. 

Belfast, i^A. 1874. 
Cork, 1st Arts Ex. 1873. 



t CoDioUr Service, Japui, by competitioii. 

> Late Profeasor of Latin, (/ueen*! College, Qalway. 

•Army Medical Service, by competition. 

* Civil Service of India, by competition. 

* Inspector of National Schools. 



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MfiMBSRS OF TBB UKIVSR8ITT. 



112 



Bany, QarrettS. . 1854 

"Barry, Jamea, . 1859 

*Barry, John, . . 1861 

Barry, John A. . 1871 

Barry, John J. . 1854 

Barry, Michael F. . 1861 

'Barry, Michael B. . 1854 

Barry, Philip, . 1852 

*Barry, Bichd. John, 1 865 

Barry, Robert, . 1866 

Barry, William, . 1872 

Barry, WiUiam M. 1859 

^Bartley, Acheson G. 1 853 

Rateman, Richd. C. 1854 

Bateman, Samuel, . 1872 

Bates, Arthar Hen. 1871 

Baxter, William, . Loud. 

Baylor, Robert J. . 1873 

Beamish, Henry B. 1867 

^Beamish, James M. 1860 

Beamish, John, . 1873 

Beamish, Robert T. 1867 

Beamish, Thos. M. . 1860 

Beattie, Henry H. . 1860 

Beattie, Robert, . 1872 

Beattie, William, . 1858 

*Beatty, Thomas, . 1861 

Beatty, William, . 1872 

Beck, Fredk. Emmet, 1859 

Beck, John F. . 1859 



Queen's 
OilU^ffl. 



OndoAted. 



Belcher, John F, . 1872 

Belcher, John H., . 1873 

Belcher, RobtN.T. 1871 

Belcher, Thomas, . 1862 

' Army Medical Scrvioe, bj competition. 

• Late Chief Jnitioe, Gold CoMt. 

s Nayal Medical Sorvioe, bj competition. 

* Engineer, Public Works of Inaia by ec 



Cork, M.D. 185& 

Cork, M.D. 1863. 

Cork, M.D. 1867. 

Cork. 

Cork, B.A. 1861, M.A. 1862* 
Cork, 1st Arts Ex. 1864. 
Cork, Dip. £1. Law, 1860. 
Cork, B.E. 1871. 

Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1869. 
Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1868. 
Cork, 1st Arts Ex. 1874. 
Cork, 1st Arts Ex. 1862. 
Belfast, B.A. 1856, m.a.1857» 

M.D. 1861. 
Galway, b.a. 1857. 
Bellast, Ist Med. Ex. 1874. 
Belfast, B.A. 1874. 
Belfast 
Cork. 

Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1873. 
Cork, B.A.1863,i[.A.1865. 

M.D. 1868, M.CH. 1868. 
Cork. 

Cork, M.D. 1873, m.oh. 1874. 
Cork, Ist Eng. Ex. 1862. 
Belfast and Cork, b.a. 1867, 
L.L.B. 1874. 
Bel&st and Galway, 2nd 

Med. Ex. 1874. 
Belfast, B.A. 1862. 
Belfast, Dip. Enff. 1864. 
Belfast, 1st Arts Ex. 1874. 
Belfast^ 2nd Med. Ex. 1867. 
Belfast, B.A. 1864,H.A. 1865, 

M.I). 1868, M.OH. 1868. 
Cork. 
Cork. 

Cork, 1st Arts Ex. 1874. 
Cork, Ist Eng. Ex. 1866« 



Dpetition. 



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UEMBEB8 or TBX imiTXaSITT. 



118 



NUBM. 



MttrMfd. gjS^;* 



Ondtttad. 



BeU^John, . . 1853 

Bell, William John, 1864 

Bellis, Samuel A. • 1855 

BelioD, Richard, • 1872 

Belton, Robert W. . 1872 

Bennett, Charles H. 18G9 

Bennett, John Edgar, 1871 

Bennett, Thomas, . 1867 

'Bennett, William F. 1864 

Benson, Hamilton, . 1871 

'Benson, Philip L. . 1866 



"Beresford, John S. • 
Bergin, Stephen, • 
'Bemal, Robert A. • 
Beriy, Johnston, . 
Berryhill, Robt. H. 
Best, Edwin, 
Bewley, B. T. b.a. . 

Bickerstaffe, Roger, 
Bigger, James L. 



1862 
1861 
1870 
1870 
1866 
1871 



1871 
1872 



Bingham,TheHonJ3.J. 1860 
^Birkmjre, James. 
Black, James, 
Black, James, 
Black, Moses, 



Bkck, Robert C. . 
Black, Robert John, 
Black^ Samuel, 
Black, WiUiam, . 
Black, Wm. George, 
Blackall, John J., . 

Blackett, Edw. & • 
Bhur, Robert, 



1857 
1853 
1873 
1865 

1871 
1849 
1871 
1871 
1873 
1868 

1860 
1872 



Belfast, B.A. 1858. 
Belfast, B.A. 1867. 
Bel£Ekst, B.A.1859,M.A. 1861, 
LL.B. 1862, I1L.D. 1865. 
Cork, 1st Arts Ex, 1874. 
Cork. 

Cork, 2nd Med. Ex, 1874. 
Belfast 

Cork, M.I). 1871, M.OH. 1871. 
Cork, M.D.1867,M.0H.1867. 
Cork, 1st Arts Ex. 1874. 
Cork, B.A. 1870, M.A. 1871, 
M.D.1872,Dip.Mid.l872, 
M.OH. 1873. 
Bel&st, Dip. Eng. 1865. 
Cork. B.A. 1864. 

Cork. M.D. 1871, ii,0H.187L 
Bel£Ekst. 

Belfast, B.A. 1870, m.a.1872. 
Belfast. 
Univ. of Dublin, ad eundem, 

1861, H.A. 1861. 
Belfast, 2nd Med. Ex. 1873. 
Belfast. 

Galway, 2nd Med. Ex. 1 860. 
Belfast, B.A. 1861. 
Belfast, B.A. 1857. 
Bel£Btst. 
Bel&6t,M.D.1871,H.0H.1872, 

Dip. Mid. 1872. 
Cork, B.A. 1S74. 

Bel&st, M.i>. 1852. 
Belfast, 1st Arts Ex. 1873. 
Bel&st, 1st Arts Ex. 1874. 
Bel&st. 
Cork, XJ>. 1874, Dip. Mid. 

1874. 
Bel&st, M.]>. 1861. 
Belfast. 



i Amy McdieiU SerriM, bj oomiwtitioii. 

' Bnginaer, Public Works of Iiutia^ bT compotitioo. 

* Navftl Medical Serrice, bj competition. 

* Ci^l Serriee of India, by competition. 



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MEMBERS OF THE UNIVERSITY. 



Nftmei. Matricttlftted 

Blair, William Park, 1873 

VBlakelj, Edmund B., 1863 

Blakely, Thomas B. 1860 

Bland, Archibald, . 1872 

JBland, Llewellyn, . 1858 

Bligh, John, • • 1856 

•Blood, B^bert, . 1867 

Blyth, William D. . 1868 

Bodel, James, . 1865 

Bodkin, WiUiam, . 1863 

'Bole, William, . 1850 

•Bolster, Thomas G. 1861 

Bolton, Charles P. . 1868 

Bolton, Reuben, . 1859 

-•Bottomley, James T. 1861 

Bottomley, William, 1866 

Bouchier, Joseph E. 1871 

Bourke, Charles, . 1860 

Bourke, Matthew J. 1 865 

Bournes, Wm. H. . 1855 

Boyd, John, . 1867 

Boyd, John S. . 1862 

Boyd,Sml. Earnside, 1866 

,13oyd, Saml. Thos. 1867 

Boyd, Thomas, . 1871 

Boyd, Thomas, . 1872 

Boyd, William S. . 1855 

Boyle, Arthur Robt, 1 873 

Boyle Thomas, . 1870 

Bracken, James J., 1873 

Bracken, Wm. A. . 1870 

Bracken, Wm. Henry, 1872 

Bracken, Wm. Henry, 1873 
Bradford,Robt.Dickie,1873 

Bradley, David, . 1872 

Brady, Edward, . 1873 

Brady, Frederick, . 1873 



Belfast. 

Belfast, 2nd Med. Ex. 1869. 
Bel&st, B.A. 1864. 
Cork, 1st Med. Ex. 1874. 
Cork, Dip. Agric. 1860. 
Galway,H.D. 1 865,i[.CH.1865 
Galway,M.D.1871,M.OH.1871 
Cork, B,A. 1871. 

Belfast, B.A. 1868. 
Belfast, M.D. 1 867,i[.OH.1867. 
Belfast, B.A.1853,H.A.1855. 
Cork, M.D. 1863. 

Cork, 1st Eng. Ex. 1873. 
BelfiBst,H.D.1865,i[.OH.1865. 
Belfast, B.A. 1866, H.A. 1867. 
Belfast, B.E. 1869. 
Cork. 

Cork, Ist Eng. Ex. 1862. 
Cork, B.A. 1868, m.a. 1869. 
Gal way, m.d. 1859. 
Belfast, B.A. 1873. 
Belfast and Galway, 2nd 

Med. Ex. 1866. 
Belfast, M.D. 1870. 
Belfast, B.A. 1870. 
Belfast. 
Belfast 

Belfast, B.A. 1860. 
Belfast 
Belfast 

Chtlway and Belfast. 
Belfast 1st Med. Ex. 1874. 
Belfast, 1st Med. Ex. 1874. 
Belfast. 
Belfast. 

Belfast, 2nd Med. Ex. 1874. 
Cork. 
Cork. 



J Lecturer in Botany, Gannichftel School of Modieiiia. 

s Army Medical Seirioe, br competition. 

^ inB|>ector of National ScdooIb. 

4 Aisistant Profeaior of ChemiBtry, King*! College, London. 



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MEMUEBS OF THE UMVLRSilTV. 



116 



Bradfihaw, Geo. B. . 1865 
Braniiigan, H. Cooke, 1872 
BranDigan, Robt A. 1871 
'Breakey, John, . 1852 
Breen, John, . • 1851 
Breen, Michael, . 1851 



Qaeen't 
College. 



Gndwtfld. 



Brennan, Samuel, • 1864 

Breton, William £. . 1865 

Brett, James R. . 1865 

Bncknell, Edwd. S. 1871 

Brigham, John King, 1862 

Broderick, Hen. W. 1871 

Brodie, James F, . 1871 

*Brodie, John F. . 1859 

Brodie, Terence, . 1867 

Broe, John, . . 1873 

'Eromlow, Thos. D. . 1862 

Brooke, John, . 1863 

Brooke, William, . 1863 

Brookes, Thomas B. 1872 

Brooks, Elijah P. . 1872 

Brown, Henry J. . 1860 

Brown, James, • 1860 

•Brown, J. Mleavy, 1852 

Brown, J. M'Mahon, 1862 

Brown, Saml. Edgar, 1 851 

Browne, Andrew, . 1863 

•Browne, A. Lang; . 1868 

Browne, Daniel P. . 1855 

Browne, Dayid G. . 1861 

^Browne, Jas. Val. m.d. = 



GUway, Dip. Agric. 1857. 
Belfast, 1st Med. Ex. 1874. 
Belfast, 2nd Med. Ex. 1874. 
Belfast, M.D. 1853. 
Galway&Gork, b. a. 1857. 
Galway & Oork, b.a. 1857, 

M.D. 1861. 
Belfast, B.A. 1869. 
Oork, iLD. 1874, m.oh. 1874. 

Dip. Mid. 1874. 
Cork, B.A. 1869. 

Cork. 

Belfast, B.A. 1865, m.a. 1867, 
M.I). 1871, M.OH. 1871. 
Cork. 

Galway, 2nd Med. Ex. 1874. 
Galway, 2nd Med. Ex. 1863. 
Galway, 2nd Med. Ex. 1871. 
Galway. 

Galway, m.d. 1863. 
Galway, B.A.1867,M. A. 1870. 
Galway,B.A. 1 867, m.d, 1874. 
Belfast, Ist Arts Ex. 1874. 
Belfast. 

Cork, icD. 1865. 

Belfast, B.A. 1865. 
Belfast, B.A. 186a 
Cork, M.D. 1868, m.oh. 1869, 

Dip. Mid. 1872. 
Belfast, B.A. 1854. 
Galway, u.i>. 1864. 
Belfast, 1LD.1871,M,0H.1871. 
Cork and Belfast, b.a. 1860, 

]f.A. 1861. 
Bel&st, B.A. 1866, m.d.1871, 
M.OH.1871,Dip.Mid.l874. 
Uniy. of Aberdeen, ad eun- 



dem, 1860. 

1 Nayal Medical Service, b j oompetition. 

* AMistant Chinese Secretary, Bridflh Legation, Pekin ; Chinese Seoro- 
taiy to the Chinese Embassy to Europe and the United States (1868). 

s Anny Medical Serrice, oy competition. 

* PiofssM>r of Suifsry Qaeen*s College, Galway. 



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IIG 



MEMBERS OF THE UKIVEBSITT. 



Nmmfla IfAtiionUtod. 

Browne, John M. • 1867 
Browne,John'Walion, 1860 
Browne, S. Lombard, 1872 
Browne, Samuel, • 1867 
'Browne, Samuel H. 1866 
Browne, Thomas, . 1864 
•Browne, Thomas, . 1857 
Browne, William A. 1858 
Browne, William A. 1 850 
Browne, William B. 1870 
Browne,Wm. Wallace, 1867 
Bryans, John, . 1866 

Buchanan, L. Dobbin, 1858 
Buckley, Cornelius P. 1860 
Buckley, Daniel F. 1861 
Budd, William, . 1864 
Buick, David, . 1859 

Buick, George R. . 1858 
Buicke, John James, 1864 



Bull, George H. . 

Bull, James A. 

Ball, Ralph A. 
•BuUen, Richard, . 
'Burden, Henry, 


1869 
1869 
1868 
1849 
1850 


Bnrdon, Daniel, . 
Barges, B. Evans, . 


1864 
1867 


Burgess, Robert, . 
Burgess, Wm. A. . 
'Burke, Chas. Toler, 
Burke, Edward, . 
'Bu:ke, Gtoorge, 
Burke, John, . 
.Bnrke, John, . 


1868 
1868 
1860 
1859 
1859 
1862 
1861 


Barke,John, . 


1861 



Galway, 2nd Med. Ex. 1868. 
Belfast, B.A.1863,i[.D.1867. 
Cork. 1st Arts Ex. 1874. 
Bel&8t,H.D.1872,M.ou.l872. 
Bel&8t,M.D.1870,H.OH.1870. 
Bel&st, 1st Arts Ex. 1867. 
Belfast, i[.D. 1862. 
Bel&st, M.i>. 1863. 
Galway, b.a. 1853. 
Belfa8t,M.i).1871,M.OH.1871. 
Belfast, B.A. 1871, i[.A. 1872. 
Belfast, M.D.1872,H.cH.1872, 

Dip. Mid. 1872. 
Galway, m.d. 1861. 
Cork, Ba. 1865, H.D. 1865. 
Cork, B.A. 1864. 

Belfast, 2nd Med. Ex. 1867. 
Belfast, B.A. 1862. 
Belfast, B.A.1861, m.a. 1862. 
Belfast, B.A. 1870. 

Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1874. 
Cork, B.K. 1872. 

Cork. 

Cork, B.A. 1853. 

Belfast, B.A. 1859, i[.i). 1860, 

]f.A. 1861. 
Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1874. 
Cork, B.A. 1871, M.D. 1872, 
K.OH.1872,Dip.Mid.l872. 
Bel&st, 2nd Med. Ex. 1871. 
Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1873. 
Cork, B.B. 1870. 

Galway, b.b. 1870. 
Cork, Dip.Eng. 1862. 
Cork, B.A. 1866. 

Galway & Cork, bjl. 1865, 
iCD. 1872. 
Galway, 1st Sng. Ex. 1863. 



> First place NetaI Medieal Serviec^ bj competitioii. 

> Naval Medical Service, bj eompetitioii. 
* Koyal Engineer!, bj competition. 

4 De'.nonatrator of Anatomy, Queen*t College, Belfiut. 
» Engineer, Pablic Works of IndiA, by eompetitioo. 



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icbmbkbh of thb univxbsitt. 



117 



Nunai. 



MfttrbmUted. 



OndBfttad. 



Burke, John P. . 1854 

'Borke, John R. . 1856 

'Burke, Martin J. . 1854 

Burke, Michael, . 1861 

•Burke, MichaelJ. . 1858 

Burke. Richard G. . 1866 

Burke, William, . 1873 

Burnett, Lawson, « 1862 

Buma, Patrick H. • 1871 

Bums, P. Hamilton, 1871 

Burrows, Andrew, . 1857 

*Busteed, Henry E. . 1852 

*Bilsteed, Thomas M. 1 849 

Busteed, William J. 1854 

Butcher, Arthur H. 1872 

Butler, Francis J. . 1870 

Butler, Michael, . 1870 

Byers, John Wm. . 1870 

Cahill, John, . . 1872 

Cairns, Hu^b, . 1873 

Oaimes, John, • 1855 

OaUwell, Thomas, . 1873 

Calvert, Joseph W. 1865 

Calwell, Robert I. . 1871 

Camac, John, . 1849 

Camac, Robert John, 1870 

Campbell, Arthur R. 1872 

Campbell, G. Stuart, 1864 

•Campbell, John, . 1862 

Campbell, Jos. W.R. 1870 

Campbell, Robert, . 1869 

Campion, Richard, . 1873 

Card, Thomas Dayid, 1869 

Care;^, Patrick, . 1862 

Cargin, James, • 1860 

Carleton, Patrick M. 1872 

Garlile, James M. . 1859 



QiiMn*a 
Collages 

Gal way, m.d.1861. 

Galway, m.I). 1861. 

Qalway,B.A. 1858,i[.d.1859. 

Galway, b.a. 1866. 

Galway, b.a.1863,i[.d.1867. 

Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1872. 

Galway. 

Belfast, B.A. 1867. 

Belfast, 1st Arts Ex. 1873. 

Belfast, Ist Arts Ex. 1873. 

Belfast, B.A. 1863. 

Cork, u.j>. 1864. 

Cork, B.A. 1854, 

Cork, • M.D. 1860. 

Cork. 

Cork, 2nd Med. Ex, 1870. 

Galway and Cork. 

Belfast, B.A. 1874. 

Cork, lat Med. Ex. 1874. 

Belfast 

Belfast, 1st Arts Ex. 1862. 

Galway. 

Bel^t, 2nd Med. Ex. 1870. 

Belfast, B.K. 1874. 

Belfast, B.A. 1853. 

Belfast, 2nd Med. Ex. 1873. 

Belfast, M.D. 1874. 

Belfast, B.A. 1869. 

Belfast, Ist Eng. Ex. 1864. 

Belfast. B.A. 1874. 

Belfast, H.D. 1872. 

Cork. 

BelfisiBt, B.A. 1873. 

Galway, b.a. 1868. 

Belfast, B.A. 1861. 

Bel&st. 

Bel&st, B.A. 1866. 



1 Arm J Medicftl Samriee, bj competition. 
* NftTftl Medical Sorvioe, oj competition. 
« AniBtant Atmr MMter of the Mint, Oalentta. 

^ Fonnerly ABrttaat Seereterj Endowed SehooU Commiiiion, and 
Bacringiton Leetaier. Chief Jadge, Small Gboie Ooort, Madni. 
« Engineer, Pablic Works uf India^ bj competitioa 



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118 



MJSMBBRS OF TBE UNlYSBSITT. 



MfttrienUted. 



Quaen*a 
Coll«ge. 



Oraavated. 



Garmichael, Thomas, 1 860 

Carmodj, William F. 1873 

•Carpenter, William, 1859 

Carr, John Mitchell, 1873 

Carroll, Richard, : 1857 

Carse, Stewart, . 1872 

Carson, Alexander, 1873 

Carson, Henry, • 1872 

Carson, James, • 1866 

Carson. William, . 1855 

Casey, Edward J. . 1850 

Cass'idy, Robert, . 1873 

Cather,W. Stewart, 1859 

Catherwood, W. A. 1858 
Chabrel, Marceline J. 1868 

Chambers, Andrew, 1861 

Chambers, Francis, . 1869 

Chambers, John, . 1862 

•Chambers, Rbt M*C. 1 862 

Charles, Daniel A. . 1870 

•Charles, John Jas. . 1861 



Belfast, M.D. 1866. 

Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1874. 

Qalway, m.d. 1862. 

Gal way. 

(Jalway and Cork, m.d. 1862. 

Belfast 

Galway and Belfast. 

Bel&st. 

Belfast. B.A. 1869. 

Belfast & Cork, b.a. 1862. 



Cork, 

Belfast. 

Belfast, 

Belfast, 

Cork, 

Belfast, 



B.A. 1854. 



Charles, T.W.Crans- 

tonn, . • • 

Charters, Wm. E. D. 

Chartres, William, . 



Dip. Eng. 1861. 

M.D. 1865. 

B.B. 1872. 

B.A. 1864. 
Belfast, 1st Arts Ex. 1874. 
Belfast,M.D.1868,M.CH.1868. 
Belfast, B.A. 1865, m.a. 1866. 
Belfast, 2nd Med. Ex. 1873. 
Belfast^H.D. 1865,M.oH. 1865, 
B.A. 1867, uji. 1868. 



^Chatterton, James, • 1862 



1864 Bel&st,M.iKl869,K.OH.1869. 

1866 Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1869. 

1852 Galway, b.a. Uniyersity of 

Dublin, ad eandem, 1856. 

Cork, B.A. 1865, m.d. 1868, 

X.CH. 1868. 
Galway. 

Belfast, 1st Eng. Ex. 1874. 
Belfast. 
Belfast, Galway, and Cork, 

B.A. 1860, icD. 1865. 
Cork, B.A. 1869. 

Galway,B.A. 1866,k.a.1868. 
Cork, B.A. 1863, Dip. Eng. 
1866. 

1 AmiT Medical Service, bj oompetifcion. 

* Hea<i Master, Rojal Academic Inatitntion, Londonderrj 
a Hemonstrator of Anatomy, Queen^a GoUeffe, Belfiut. 

* Army Medical Service, by competitbn, 1869— Fixat Place at Fint ud 
Final Examinations. 



Cheamley, William J. 
Chesney, Charles A. 
Chestnut, Ezekiel, . 
Chestnut, Joseph W. 

Chestnut, John, 
Clancy, John J. 
Clanchy, John Edw. 



1873 
1872 
1873 
1853 

1866 
1862 
1860 



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MBMBBB8 OF THB UNIVBBSITT. 



119 



Nameiu 



Mfttricalated. 



"Clapp, Albert J. . 1860 

'Clapp, Wm. H. B. . 1856 

Clarke, Hugh A. . 1872 

Olarke, James, . 1867 

Clarke, James, . 1870 

Clarke, James, • 1873 

Clarke, Jas. Hamill, 1870 

Clarke, John, . • 1868 

Clarke, John, . 1869 

Clarke. John, . 1871 

Clarke. J. Courtney, 1867 

Clarke, John F. . 1854 

Clarke. Samuel G. B. 1 870 

Clarke, Thomas, . 1863 

Ckvrke, Thompson R. 1861 

Clarke, William, . 1850 

Clayton, Nicholas G. 1 860 

Cleary, Arthur P. • 1856 

Cleary, Martin P. . 1869 

Cleeland, Robert, . 1857 

Cleeland, Robert, . 1861 

Cleland, Thomas, . 1865 

Clements, Robert, . 1868 

Clendinnen, Wm. £. 1862 

Clerke,Tho8.St.J. . 1861 

*Climo, William H. . 1856 

Clinch, Patk. Jos. . 1862 

Clugston, Robert S. 1868 

*Coates, Charles V. . 1869 

Coates, John M. . 1851 

Coates, Stanley B. . 1870 

Coates, William, . 1873 

Cochrane, Ernest, » 1871 

Cochrane, Robert, • 1864 

Coen, Brian, • . 1861 

Coey, Robert, . 1872 

Cogan, John H. • 1868 

Cogan, Philip E. . 1864 

Coghlan, Edward, . 1873 



QaMii*a 
Collego. 

Cork, M.D.1864, h.oh. 1874. 
Cork, M.D. 1860. 

Belfast, Ist Arte Ex. 1874* 
Belfast, B.B. 1870. 
Belfast 
Belfast 
Bel&st 

Belfast, B.A.1871. 

Belfast, B. A. 1873,M.A.1874» 
Belfast, B.A. 1874. 
Belfast B.A. 1873. 
Cork, B,A. 1858. 

Belfast, B.A. 1874. 
Belfast, H.D.1871. 
Gal way,M.D. 1 866,m.oh. 1866 
Belfast & Gal way, B. A. 1859. 
Galway, 2nd Med.Ex. 1868. 
Cork k Belfast, b.a. I860. 
Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1872. 
Belfast, B.A. 1862. 
Belfast, B.A.1864,H.A. 18G5. 
Belfast, B.A. 1868. 
Galway k Belfast, m.d. 1 873. 
Galway, 2nd Med. Ex. 1864. 
Cork, H.D. 1866. 

Galway, m.d. 1860. 
Galway, Dip. Eng. 1867. 
Belfast, 1st Arts Ex. 187L 
Belfast,B.A. 1873, m.a.1874. 
Belfast, H.D. 1855. 
Belfast, 2nd Med. Ex. 1873. 
Galway, 2nd Med. Ex. 1 874. 
Belfost, 1st Eng. Ex. 1874. 
Bel&st, 1st Eng. Ex. 1868. 
Galway, 1st Eng. Ex. 1868. 
Belfast Ist Eng. Ex. 1874. 
Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1871. 
Cork, K.B. 1869, h.oh. 1869. 
Galway. 



> Anny Medical Serviee, bj competition. 
* Boju Scholanhip, 1871, by competition. 



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IUMBSB8 OF THE imTJERSITr. 



Nmmai. Matriovlftted. 

Goghlan, W. Boyle, 1849 



^Colahan^ John, 
Oolahan, Nic'bB. W. 

*ColahaD,Wm.H.W. 
^ColaD, Thomas, 

Collier, John Thoa. 

jCoUins, James T. • 
•Collins, John W. . 

Collins, Michael, • 
^Collins, William, 

CoUis, Edward P. . 

CoUis, John George, 

Culquhonn, Robert, 
Colthnrst, LadlowT. 

Colvin, William, 
Comerford, George, 
*Comerford, Henry, 
Comerford, Michael, 
Commins, Andrew, 

Comyn, George, 
Concannon, Patrick, 

Concanon,Wm.Augt. 
Condon, William K. 
Connell, Jephson J. 
^ Conn ellan, Owen, LL.D., 
Connery, Daniel, . 
Connolly, Daniel J. 
Connolly, Francis, . 
Connolly, Redmond, 
Connolly, Wm. E. S. 
Connor, Charles C. • 
Connor, Foster, , 



851 

864 

865 
850 
873 
859 
853 
872 
861 
868 
868 

860 
868 

864 
872 
859 
858 
850 

868 
866 

867 
873 
871 

871 
871 
871 
867 
870 
857 
862 



Cork, B.A. 1852, ica. 1853, 

M.D. 1868. 
Galway, ilb. 1857. 
Galway,K.i>.1872,M.OH.1872 
Dip. Mid. 1872. 
Galway,H.i).1870,x.OH.1870 
Cork, M.D. 1853. 

Belfast. 

Belfast, B.A. 1863. 
Cork, 1I.D. 1857. 

Cork. 1st Med. Ex. 1874. 
Cork, K.n. 1866, m.ch. 1866. 
Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1872. 
Cork, M.D. 1872, m.ch. 1872, 

Dip. Mid. 1872. 
Belfast, B.A. 1864. 

Cork, B.A. 1871, M.D. 1874. 

Dip. Mid. 1874. 
Belfast, B.A. 1868. 

Galway. 

Galway,M.D.l 865,i[.OH. 1 865 
Galway, 2nd Med. Ex. 1861. 
Cork, B.A. 1853, m.a. 1854, 

Dip. El. Law, 1854. 
Galway, 2nd Med. Ex. 1871. 
CorkandGalway,B.A. 1871. 
M.A. 1874. 
Galway, 2nd Med. Ex.1869. 
Galway. 

Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1874. 
Honoris Causi, 1868. 
Cork, 1st Eng. Ex. 1874. 
Cork. 

Galway, 2nd Med. Ex. 1874. 
Galway. 

Galway and Belfast 
Belfiut, B.A. 1860. 
Bel&sty 1st Eng. Ex. 1864. 



1 NatbI Medical Serrice, bj oompetidon. 
* Annj Medical Service, by eompetition. 

> Late Profenor of Celtic Queen's College, Cork; Tnuulator ef te 
Annali of the Four Maiters, and of the *' Book of Conqnerti.^ 



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MEMBXKS OF THB UNXVERSITr. 



121 



Oodnor, Francis M*C. 

Connor, John, 
Connor, William, • 
Conolly, James, 

»Conolly, Patrick W. 
Constable, John, • 
Constable, Samuel, . 

^Conway, John K. . 
Cook, John Home, 
Cook, Henry, 
Cooper, Charles, 
Cooper, George, 

^Coppinger, Richd.W. 
Corban, Laurence, . 

^Corbett, John L. 



Matiloalatod, 
1872 

1861 

1873 

1853 

1856 

1873 

1873 

1861 

1862 

1860 

1864 

1855 

1868 

1860 

1869 



'Gorbett, J. Henry, M.D. = 
Corbett, Michael, . 1867 
*Corbett,Robt.delaC. 1863 



Corby, Henry, 



1865 



Cork. 

Cork, B.A. 1865. 

Cork. 

Oalway, b.a. 1858, m.d.1866. 
Galway,B.A. 1861,H.A.1865. 
Qalway. 
Galway. 

Galway, k.d. 1866. 
Belfast, 1st Arts Ex. 1864. 
Cork, M.D. 1864. 

Cork, M.D. 1874. 

Cork, M.D.1860. 

Cork, M.D. 1870, M.CH. 1870. 
Cork, M.D. 1864. 

Cork, M.D. 1873, m.oh. 1873, 
Dip. Mid. 1873. 

Edin. ad eundem, 1856. 

Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1869. 

Cork, M.D. 1867, m.oh. 1867. 

Cork, B.A. 1869, m.d. h.ch. 
1873. 

Belfast, M.D. 1867. 

Cork, 1st Arts Ex. 1874. 

Cork. 

Belfast, B.A.1856,M.A.1857, 
LL.B. 1859. 

Galway, m.d. 1863. 

Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1874. 

Belfast B.A. 1872, m.a. 1873. 

Galway. 

Belfast, 2nd Med. Ex. 1874. 

Belfast 

Belfast, B.A. 1873. 

Belfast, B.A. 1865. 

Belfast, U.D. 1863. 

Belfast,M.B.1870,M.OH.1870. 

X CiTil Serrice of Ceylon, second pUee, by competition. 

* Naval Medical Service, by competition. 

* Prafesaor of Anatomy and Phynolo^, Queen^s College, Cork 
^ Anny Medical Service, by competition. 

* Late Barrington Lecturer. 

* Leetnrer in Snrgery , Cannicbael School of Medicine, Dublin ; Surgeon 
to Jervii-sirett Uocpital. 

a 



Core, William Scott, 1 863 

Corker, Thomas M. 1870 

Corker, WiUiam H. 1873 

•Oorkey, Joseph, . 1851 



1862 
1873 
1868 
1873 
1872 



•Corley, A. H. 
Comilliac, John J. . 
Corr, William Richd. 
Corry, I'atrick, 
Cony, William, 
Coskery, Alexander, 1871 
Coulter,David S.Kerr, 1869 
Coulter, John, . 1858 
Coulter, Jn. Gordon, 1858 
Coulter, William, . 1865 



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ICBMBEBS OF THE UNIVSBSITT. 



Namei 



Mfttricalated. 



Cowan, Henry, . 1851 
Cowan, Jaraea, . 1865 
Cox, Henry A. H, . 1864 
Cox, William S. . 1855 
Craig, James, • 1856 

>Craig, John, . . 1849 
Craig, Jno. Walker, 1864 
Craig, Robert, . 1872 
Craig, Samuel R. • 1864 
Craig, Wm. Walters, 1873 
•Craik, Geo. Lillie, ll.d. = 
Crampton, Jno. Saml. 1871 
Cranston, William, 1869 
Crawford, Alexander, 1873 
Crawford, Alex, Ross, 1860 
•Crawford, John T. = 

Crawford, Samuel a 1872 

Crean, Martin J. . 1853 

Cremen, Maurice, . 1869 

Cremen, Patrick J. 1863 

Cremin, Maurice, • 1873 

Crofts, Aylmer, . 1870 

Crofts, James, . 1870 

Crofts, William, . 1872 

Croke, J. O'Byrne, . 1868 

Croly, Daniel,' . 1870 

Croly, Thomas H. . 1871 

Cromie, Mortimer, . 1873 

Crooke, William T. Melb. 

Crooks, William, . 1860 

Crook8hank,Cha8.H. 1865 

Crossit, Richard, . 1872 
Crother8,JRobert, m.d. = 

Crothers, Samnel J. 1872 

Crotty, Richard D. 1858 

Crowe, John C. . 1873 

Crowe, Ju.O'Beime, 1850 



£el&st, B.A. 1 854, H.A. 1856. 
Belfast, B.A. 1868,M.A. 1870. 
Cork, 2ndMed.Ex.1867. 
Cork, Dip. Eng. 1859. 

Bel&st, Dip. Eng. 1858. 
Belfast, B.i. 1852. 
Bel^t,B.A. 1867,M.A.1860. 
Belfast. 

Gal way & Belfast, b.a. 1869. 
Belfast. 

St. Andrew's, ad eun. 1861. 
Gal way, 2nd Med. Ex.1872. 
Belfast, 2nd Med. Ex. 1872. 
Belfast. 

Belfast, B.A. 1862,H.A. 1863. 
Belfast, B.A.Univ. of Edin.ad 
eundem, 1862, m.a. 1862. 
Belfast. 

Galway, m.d. 1857. 
Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1872. 
Cork, M.D. 1867. 

Galway. 
Cork. 
Cork, M.I). 1874, m.oh. 1874, 

Dip. Mid. 1874. 
Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1874. 
Galway, b.a. 187 1,11. a. 1874. 
Cork, B.A. 1873. 

Cork. 
Belfast 

Belfast and Cork. 
Galway, b.a. 1865. 
Cork, B.A. 1868, h.a. 1870. 
Bel&st. 

Glasgow, ad eondem, 1855. 
Belfast 

Galway, B.A. 1861. 
Cork. 
Belfast, B.A. 1853. 



> Inspector of NAtiomJ Seboolg. 

• Lata Professor of English Litentare, Que 

* Ciril Serriee of Indis, by competition. 



q's College, Belfut. 



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MEMBE&8 OF THB UNIVERSITr. 



123 



Crowe, O'Byrne, . 
Crowley, Timothy, 
Crowly, Timothy, . 



Mfttrloolatad. 

. 1869 
1864 
1866 



Crozier, J. Armstrong, Dub. 

CaUin, Henry C. . 1867 

Cullinan, Charles, . 1873 

Cullioan, Michael, . 1864 

CuUinane, Peter, • 1874 

Caming, Edward, . 1870 

'Cuming, James, . 1849 

Cammins, Wm. E. A. 1872 
Cuningham, Jno. S.A. 1861 
Cunningham, Henry, 1867 
Cunningham, Josias, 1868 
Cunningham, Wm. . 1857 
Cuppage, William B. 1866 



CoUflg*. otMM*^ 

Cork, Ist Eng. Ex. 1874. 
Cork, M.D. 1868,M.OH. 1869. 
Cork, iCD. 1872, m.ch. 1872, 

Dip. Mid. 1872. 
Belfast, B.A. 1854. 
Gal way, b.a. 1871. 
Cork. 

Cork, M.D. 1869, m.oh.1869. 
Cork, 1st Med. Ex. 1874. 
Belfast, B.A. 1873. 
Belfast,B.A. 1854, m.a. 1855, 

M.D. 1855. 
Cork. 

Gal way, m.d. 1863. 
Belfast, B.A. 1870, M.A. 1872. 
Belfast, B.A.1871,K.A. 1872. 
Gal way, b.a. 1861. 
Belfast & Galway,M.D. 1871, 
M.OH. 1871. 
Belfast. 

Belfast, 1st Arts Ex. 1874. 
Cork, 2nd Med. Ex, 1873. 
Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1872. 
Univ. of Dub., ad eun,, 186L 
Belfast, M.D. 1856. 
Cork, B.A. 1866. 

Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1874. 
Cork, M.D. 1864. 

Belfast, K.D. 1869. 
Cork, B.A. 1868, m.d. 1874, 
M.OH.1874,Dip.Mid.l874. 
GaJway, 1st Arts Ex. 1864. 
Cork, B.A. 1865, b.s. 1869. 
Cork, M.D. 1859. 

Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1856^ 

B.A. 1857. 
Oalway, 1st Eng. Ex. 1870. 
Gal way. 

s ProfeBBor of Medidne, Qaeen^s College, Belfut ; formerly Examiner 
in M edicbe, QaeenV Universitj. 

* Professor of Nataral Philosophy, Queen^s College, Galwaj. 
s Army Medical Service, by compelition. 

02 



Currie, Robert, 


1873 


Curry, James, 


1871 


Curtin, J. L 


1868 


Curtin, Maurice D. . 


1870 


'Curtis, A. Hill, m.a. 


= 


Cuthberi, Alex. 


1850 


Dale, Andrew B. . 


1863 


Daly, James C. 


1870 


Daly, Frederick, . 


1861 


Daly, George W. . 


1865 


Daly, Maurice C. . 


1865 


Daly, William, 


1859 


Dann, Alfred Geo. . 


1862 


•Dann, Edward, 


1853 


»Dann,HenryTalbot, 


1853 


Darcy, William B. • 


1866 


FArcy, Patrick, . 


1873 



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12i 



MXMBKB8 OF THE UNIVEBSITT. 



NameB. 



MatrieaUted. 



Davern, Jobn P. • 1873 

^ Davidson, Bennett C. 1 852 

Davidson, Chas. J. L 1873 

Davidson, John, . 1852 

•Davidson, Richd. B. 1854 

Davidson, Thomas, 1852 

Davis, Francis E. . 1870 

•Davis, George M*B. 1861 

Davis, Henry Wm. 1873 

Davis, Hugh Alex. 1868 

•Davis, John Norman, 1857 

Davis, John W. . 1865 

Davis, Richard, . 1866 

Davis, Wm.Hancock, 1858 

Davis, William, • 1870 

Davison, Francis, . 1869 

Davison, James, . 1864 

Davy, Alfred, . 1864 

•Davy, Francis A, . 1862 

Davys, Frank, . 1852 

Dawson, James, . 1867 

•Dawson, Loais R. . 1869 

Daxon, William, . 1861 

Day, Richard, • 1850 

Day, Robert, . . 1873 

Deane, Henry, . 1862 

Delahnnt, James J. 1873 

•Delany, Barry, . 1850 

Delany, Richard, . 1873 

^Delmege, Alfred G. 1864 

•Delmege,J.P.DeG. 1861 

Dempsey, Alexander, 1872 

Dempsey, Patrick J. 1872 



College. wi»«»ii»w«. 

Gal way. 

Cork, B.A. 1856. 

Cork. 

Belfa8t,B.A. 1857, m.a. 1858. 

Belfast, M.B. 1860. 

Belfast, B.A.1857,M.A.1858. 

Cork,M.D., 1873,M.OH.1873. 

Belfast, i[.D.1866,M.CH.1866. 

Gal way. 

Cork and Belfast, m.d. 1872, 

M.CH.1872,Dip.Mid.l872. 
Gal way, m.d. 1862. 
Cork & Gal way, m.d. 1869. 
BelfastM.D.1872,M.CH.1872, 

Dip. Mid. 1872. 
Belfast, H.D. 1862. 
Gal way, m.d. 1874. 
Galway,2nd Med.Ex. 1872. 
Belfast, M.D. 1869. 

Galway, Dip. Eng. 1867. 
M.D. 1870, M.CH. 1870, 
Galway, m.d. 1867. 
Galway, b.a. 1858. 
Cork, M.D.1871. 

Bel&st, M.D. 1873, m.ch. 

1873, Dip. Mid. 1873. 
Galway, m.d. 1862. 
Cork, M.D. 1856. 

Cork. 

Galway, b.a. 1865. 
(Jalway. 

Cork, M.D. 1853, m.oh. 1866. 
Galway. 

Galway, m.d. 1868. 
Galway, m.d. 1862. 
Galway, m.d. 1874. 
Belfast, 2nd Med. Ex. 1874. 



1 Incumbent of St. John*s, Sandymount. 

* Anny Medical Sennce, l>y competiiioo. 

* Reaident Physician, District Asylum, Kilkenny. 
^ Kaval Medical Service, by competition. 



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125 



MatriouUtAil. 



^Denham, John, m.d. 


— 


Denhain,Thos.Reid, 


1869 


'Denniston, James L. 


1863 


Derham, Arthur, . 


1871 


Derham, Benjamin, 


1867 


Derham, Thomas, . 


1867 


Perham, William, . 


1867 


Dewar, Elliott P. . 


1866 


Dewar, James, • 


1862 


Dick, Andrew, 


1864 


Dick, James, 


1861 


'Dick, John, • 


1865 


Dick, John, 


1869 


Dick, Robert, 


1849 


Dick, Robert, 


1861 


Dick, William, 


1864 



^Dickenson, Fred. F. 1859 

Dickey, Conly, . 1862 

Dickey, David, . 1862 

Dickey, Robt. H. F. 1871 
Dickey, W. Jas. Steele, 1870 

Dickie, Robert, . 1871 

Dickie, Ths. Coulter, 1855 

Dickson, James, • 1849 

Dickson, Jas. Reid, 1860 

Dickson, John, • 1871 

Dickson, John, 1 87 1 
Dickson, John Dunbar, Dub. 

Dill, James Scott, . 1866 

Dill. John, . . 1870 

'DWl Samuel, . . 1860 

Dill, Samuel M. . 1861 

Dillon, John T., . 1872 

'Divers, Edward, . 1855 



Queen's Ociduated. 

College. w™»u»w«. 

ITniv. £din., ad eund. 1864. 

Belfast. 

Belfiftst. 

Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1874. 

Cork, H.D.1871, H.OH. 1871. 

Cork, iCD. 1871, m.oh. 1871. 

Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1869. 

Belfast, B.A. 1870,M.A. 1871. 

Belfast, B.A. 1868. 

Belfast, 2nd Med. Ex. 1868. 

Belfast & Gal way, b.a. 1864, 

H.A. 1866. 
Galway & Bel£Bist,H.D. 1869, 
Belfast, B.A. 1872. 

Belfast, M.D. 1853. 
Belfast, B.A. 1865. 

Belfast, B.A. 1867,H.A. 1871. 
Galway, m.d. 1863. 
Belfast, B.A. 1866. 
Belfiast, B.A. 1866. 
Belfast, B.A. 1874. 
Galway & Belfast, b. a. 1873, 

M.A. 1874. 
Belfast, 1st Arts Ex. 1874. 
Belfast, B.A. 1858. 
Belfast, M.D. 1852. 
Belfast, M.D.1866,M.0H.1868. 
Belfast, B.A. 1874. 
Belfast, 1st Eng. Ex. 1874. 
Gal.4b Helf.2 ud Med.Ex. 1 874. 
Bel&st,M.D.1872,H.0H.l872. 
Galway and Cork. 
Belfast, B.A. 1864. 
Belfast, B.A. 1864,M.A.1866. 
Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1874. 
Galway, m.d. 1860. 



1 L«te Master, Rotondo Hospital. 

' Cinl Sexrice of India, bj competition. 

* Soigeon, Meant Ida District Hospital, Otago, New Zealand. 
^ Anny Medical Service, bj competition. 

* Fellow of Corpus Christi, and Lecturer at Lincoln College, Oxford. 

* Late Assistant to the Professor of Chemistry, Qneen^s College, Galway; 
Professor of Materia Medicfti Qoeen's College, Birmingham. 



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MEMBERS OF THE UNIVEBSITT. 



NuaM. 



Dixon, William, 
Doake, Samuel, 



Mfttrionlatod. 

. 1858 
1855 



Ondnatod. 



Dobbin, William, . 1860 

Dobbyn, John S. . 1874 

'Dodd, William H. . 1859 

•Dods, Robert, . 1853 

•Doherty, R. m.d. . = 

Donaldson, Robert D. 1868 

Donaldson, Samuel, 1864 

Donegan, Stephen, . 1850 

*Donnell, Robert, . 1856 

Donnell, William, . 1872 

•Donnelly, John M'N. 1851 

Donnelly, Richd. H. 1854 

Donnelly, Thos. J. 1865 

•Donovan, Daniel, . 1858 

Donovan, Edwin S. 1872 

Donovan, Henry, . 1851 

Donovan, Henry, . 1862 

Donovan, Hugh L., 1871 

Donovan,Humphrey, 1860 

Donovan, John, • 1864 

Donovan, Justin J. 1871 

Donovan, Robert E. 1871 

Dooley, John L. . 1865 

Dooley, Michael S. 1861 

Dorman, Charles, . 1872 

Dohnan, Richard H. 1 873 

Dorman, Thomas, . 1872 

Dougan, George, . 1869 

Dougherty, Jas. B. . 1860 

Douglas, William, . 1864 



College. 

Belfast, B.A.1 862, M. A. 1863. 
Belfast, B.A.1861, m.d. 1862, 

M.A. 1863. 
Belfast, B.A. 1864, m.a.1866, 

M.D. 1867. 
Oalway,2nd Med. Ex. 1874. 
Belfast, B.A. 1863, m.a.1864. 
Belfast, B.A. 1861. 
Edinburgh, ad eund. 1862. 
Cork, B.A. 1873. 

Belfast, B.A. 1870. 
Cork, M.D. 1852. 

Bel&st,B.A. 1860,M.A. 1863. 
Belfast 

Cork, M.D. 1855. 

Cork, Dip. Eng. 1858. 
Belfast, M.D. 1871. 
Cork, M.D. 1862. 

Cork. 

Cork, B.A. 1855. 

Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1864. 
Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1874. 
Cork, B.A. 1863, m.d. 1869, 

M.OH. 1869. 
Cork, M.D. 1868, m.oh. 1868. 
Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1874. 
Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1874. 
Gkilway, b.a. 1873. 
Galway, b.a. 1865, Dip. 

Eng. 1865. 
Cork. 
Cork. 

Cork, 1st Arts Ex. 1874. 
Galway, 2nd Med. Ex. 1872. 
Bel&st, B.A. 1864, m.a. 1865. 
Belfast. M.D. 1869. 



> Head Master, Endowed School, Bangor, Co. Down, 
t Head Matter, School of Modem Languages, Royal Academical Insti- 
intion, Belfast. 

* Professor of BCidwiferTt &c., Qaeen*s College, Galway. 

* Professor of Political Economy in the CJniverstty of Dublin. 
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127 



Namfl*. IfOrieolaied) 

Bowling, Edward Jas. 1871 

Dowling, Edward P. 1871 

Do wling, Jeremiah J. 1850 

Doyle, Bernard, . 1860 

Doyle, Patrick, . 1866 

Drinan, Charles, . 1863 

Dripps, James T. • 1873 

Droughton, Edward, 1861 

Dmitt, Arthur B. . 1871 

Dnimmond, Michael, 1866 

Dnimmond, Wm. . 1872 

Drury, Richard J. . 1866 

"Druiy, Robert, . 1867 

Duffin, Adam, . 1858 

Duffy, Francis, . 1855 

•Dnggan, Charles W. 1849 

Duggan, John, . 1851 

"Duke, Alexander W. 1864 

Dnke, Charles H. H. 1868 

•Danbar,FrederickH. 1856 

Duncan. Thomas, . 1867 

Dundee, Isaac 0. . 1871 

Dnndee, John, . 1861 

Dundon, Michael, • 1873 

Danlop, Archibald, 1851 

Dunlop, Darld, . 1872 

'Dnnlop, James, • 1864 

'Danlop, Jas. Clarke, 1863 

Dunlop, Peter, . 1873 

Danlop, Robert, . 1849 
Dann, David Simpson, 1873 

Dunn, Walter A. . 1867 

Dwyer, J. Jameson, 1860 



)ixip«tition. 
Is, Dy eompetitioiu 
* NftTal Mediad Serriee, by eom^ition. 



* Army Medical Serrice, bv < 

* IiMpeetor of National Sehooli/ 



Galway & Belfast, 2nd Med- 
Ex. 1870. 
Cork. 
Cork and Galway, B.A. 1853, 

M.D. 1858. 
Belfast, M.D. 1871. 
Belfast, 1C.D. 1 870,M.OH. 1 870. 
Cork, B.A. 1866. 

Galway. 

Galway, 1st Arts Ex. 1863. 
Belfast 
Galway & Cork, b.a. 1869, 

• 1C.A. 1870. 
Belfast. 
Galway, b.a. 1 869, m.d. 1873, 

Dip. Mid. 1874. 
Galway, m.d. 1870. 
Belfast, B.A.1862, ll.b.1864. 
Galway,K.D.1864, m.ch.1865 
Galway, b.a.1852,m.a.1853, 

2ndMed.Ex.l854. 
Cork, B.A. 1854, m.a. 1855, 

1st Eng. Ex. 1873. 
Galway, m.d. 1867. 
Galway, 2nd Med. Ex. 1871. 
Cork, M.D. 1862. 

Galway and Belfast, 2nd 
Med. Ex. 1871. 
Galway. b.a. 1874. 
Belfast, 2nd Med. Ex. 1866. 
Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1874. 
Bel&st, M.D. 1857. 
Belfast 

Bel&st, iCD. 1868. 
Belfast, 2nd Med. Ex. 1867. 
Belfast. 

Belfast, B.A. 1852, iCA. 1853. 
Belfast. 

Cork, 1st Arts Ex. 1869. 
Galway, 2nd Med. Ex.1869. 



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128 



MEMIIEBS OF TUE UMVEUSITV. 



Kamat. 



IffttrumUtML 



Dwyer, Peter J. 
Dysart, Thomas^ . 
Eakins, George B. . 
^Eaton, Richard; 
Eaton, Thomas, 
Eaton, Usher Beere, 
Ecdes, John, . 
Eccles, Bohert^ 

Eccles, B. Kerr, . 

Edgar, Alfred, 
Edgar, Hugh, 
Edgar, B.M'0he7ne, 
'Edge, John Dallas, • 
Edge, A. MatthewBon, 
Elliott, James K. . 
Elliott, William, . 
Ellison, J. Irvine, . 

Emerson, T. Gilbert, 
'England, John, m.a. 

Enright, John F. . 

Erskiue, G. Sinclair, 

Erskine, Bobert, 

Esler, Bobert, 

Evans, George, • 

Evans, John, • • 
^Evans, Bichardson, 

Evans, William, 

Evatt, Benjamin H. H. 
'Evatt, Geo. G. J. H. 
*Evatt, Humphrey, 

Exham, Bichard, • 
>Eagan, Mattw. T. E. 

Fahie, Charles J. • 

Fahj, Bichard, 

Fair, Francis, 



858 
864 
873 
849 
865 
854 
873 
869 

864 

850 
855 
858 
868 
868 
866 
873 
869 

873 

865 
865 
871 
872 
849 
849 
861 
849 
873 
862 
855 
865 
855 
869 
870 
867 



?— :• O^duatad. 

Gahvay, m.d. 1869. 
Belfast, 1 8t Arts Ex. 1 863. 
Gal way. 

Galway, m.d. 1855. 
Galway,B.A. 1868,ma. 187L 
Cork, 1C.D. 1860. 

Belfast. 

Belfast, B.A.1872, ila. 1873, 

2nd Med. Ex. 1874. 

Belfast, M.D. 1873, Dip. Mid. 

1873. 
Bel&st, B.A. 1854. 
Belfast, B.A. 1864. 

Belfast, B.A. 1862,M.A. 1863. 
Galway, ii.D. 1870. 
Belfast, M.D. 1873 
Belfast, B.A. 1870. 
Belfast. 
Belfast and Galway, 1st Arts 

Ex. 1871. 
Galway, 2nd Med. Ex. 1873. 
Univ. of Dub., ad eun. 1865. 
Cork, M.D. 1869, m.oh. 1869^ 
B.A. 1870, M.A. 1871. 
Belfast, 2nd Med. Ex. 1873. 
Belfast, 2nd Med. Ex. 1874. 
Belfast, Dip. Agric. 1852. 
Galway, b.a. 1852. 
Cork, B.A. 1864, m.a. 1866* 
Bel&st, M.D. 1852. 
Galway. 

Galway, m.d. 1863. 
Galway, b.a. 1859. 
Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 186^. 
Cork, M.D. 1859. 

Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1874. 
Ghilway. 
Cork, 1st Eng. Ex. 186^ 



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s Profesior of Natural Philosophy^ Qaeen's College, Cork* 

^ Civil Service of India, hy eompetitioD. 

4 Sonreyor-General, Siena Leone. 



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129 



NMCf. 



Matrionbtad. 



Fair. Robert, . 1859 
FalkiDier, EichardD. 1858 

Farrelly, Michael J. 1872 

FarringtoiijThomas, 1873 

Faulkiner,Qeorge A. 1866 
Faulkner, Wm. Irvine, 1865 

Feeny, Dominick, . 1860 

Fegan, Daniel, . 1862 

Fenwicky Cliarles, • 1871 

Fergus, Samuel, . 1870 

^Ferguson, Frederick, 1861 

Ferguson, James, • 1869 

Ferguson, Jas. R. A. 1 872 

Ferguson, James H. 1873 

•Fciguson, Robert, . 1850 

Ferguson, William, 1871 

Ferris, Jas. Caldwell, 1863 

Filson, Alexander, . 1859 

Finlay, George, . 1864 

Finnan, Daniel, . 1872 

*Finucane, Michael, . 1866 

Fisher, James W. . 1863 

Fisher, John M. . 1871 

Fisher, Joseph R. . 1872 

Fisher, Turner J. . 1870 

Fitzgerald, David, . 1866 

Fitzgerald, Edw. M. 1866 

'Fitzgerald,Edm.M. D. 1863 

Fitzgerald, Francis 0. 1870 

Fitzgerald, Gerald, . 1867 

Fitzgerald, Henry G. 1873 

Fitzgerald, Wm. G. 1864 

Fitzmanrice, Richard, 1868 

Fitzmaarice,Wm.R 1871 

Fitzpatrick, John F. 1 863 

Fitzpatrick, John, • 1864 



Cork, 1st Eng. Ex. 1862. 
Gftlway, Dip. Eng. 1861. 
Gal way. 
Cork. 

Galway, b.b. 1871. 
Belfast,M.D.1873,M.CH. 1873: 
Galway, b.a. 1863. 
Belfast, M.1). 1870. 
Belfast, 1st Med. Ex. 1874. 
Belfast, 2nd Med. Ex. 1872. 
Galway, m.d. 1862. 
Belfast, B.A. 1873. 
Belfast, 1st Eng. Ex. 1874. 
Gbdway. 

Cork, M.D. 1855. 

Belfa8t,2udMed. Ex. 1873. 
Belfast, Ist Arts Ex. 1865* 
Belfast, B.A. 1862, u.d. 1865, 

M.GH. 1866. 
Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1867. 
Cork. 

Cork, B.A. 1869. 

Cork, M.D. 1867, M.CH. 1867. 
Belfast and Galway, 1st Eng. 

Ex. 1874. 
Galway. 

Belfast, 2nd Med. Ex. 1873. 
Cork, IstEng. Ex. 1869. 
Cork and Galway, 2nd Med. 

Ex. 1870. 
Cork, M.D. 1867, m.ch. 1867. 
Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1871. 
Galway, m.d. 1874. 
Cork. 

Cork, B.A. 1867, 

Cork. 
Cork. 

Cork, M.D. 1867, m.oh. 1867. 
Galway, B.A.ld68,M.A.1869. 



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ISO 



MEMBEB8 OF THE UNITRR8ITT. 



Namot. 



MatrioaUted. 



Qseen'a 
CoUegtt. 



Ond«atod. 



Titzpatrick, J. A. • 
Fitzsimon, Oathbert, 
FitzsimoDs, John B. 
Flack, Wm. John, . 
Flannery, John, 
Flannery, Thomas, 0. 
Fleck, James, 
.Fleming, David, 
Fleming, John, 
Fleming, Samuel M. 
Fleming,Sml.M*D.E. 
Fleming, Robert £. 
Fleming, William, 
Fleming, William H. 
Flood, Alex. W. . 
Flood, Francis E. . 
Flood, John Ooady, 
Fogarty, George J. 
Fogerty, Henry A. 



Fogerfcy, Robert, 

Foley, James C. 

Foley, John Joyce, 
;Foley, Michael D. 

Folingsby, George, 

Forbes, David, 

Ford, Patrick, 

Ford, Patrick F. 
'Foreman, Robert L., 

Foreman, William J 

Forrest, James, 
Forsyth, Saml. M*C, 

Forsythe, Anderson, 



Forsythe, Charles, 
Forsythe, Neill R. . 
Forsythe, Thomas, • 
*Fos8, J.E. Vanghan, 
Fox, James Thomiley, 



864 Galway,]f.D.186d,M.OH.186d. 
873 Galway. 

865 Belfast and Cork, u.d. 1867. 
857 Bel&st, b.a. 1861. 
873 Cork. 

873 Galway. 

864 Bel&st, b.a. 1866. 

861 Belfast, b.a. 1865, m.a. 1 866. 

865 Belfast, iCD. 1872. 
872 Belfast, b.a. 1865. 
859 Belfast, 1st Arte Ex. 1864. 
855 Belfast, m.d. 1868. 
867 Galway,M.D.1871,M.CH.1872 

872 Cork. 

865 Galway, 2nd Med. Ex.1867. 

866 Galway, 2Dd Med. Ex.1870. 
869 Galway, 2nd Med. Ex. 1872. 
871 Cork. 

867 Cork, m.d. 1872, m.ch. 1872, 

Dip. Mid. 1872. 

859 Cork, Ist Eng. Ex. 1862. 

860 Cork, m.d. 1864. 
863 Cork, B.A. 1866, M.A. 1867. 

873 Cork. 

855 Belfast, B.A. 1858, k.a. 1859. 

862 Cork, m.d. 1867. 

863 Cork, 1st Eng. Ex. 1866. 
849 Galway,B.A.1854,]LA.1856. 

861 Galway, b. a. 1864. 

862 Galway, Ist Arts Ex. 1869. 

863 Cork, 1st Eng. Ex. 1867. 

861 Belfast & Galway, b. a. 1865. 

862 Galway & Belfast, b.a. 1 869, 

1C.D. 187L 

867 Belfast, m.d. 1872. 

866 Belfast, b.a. 1869. 

854 Belfast, b.a.1862. 

869 Cork, m.d. 1873. 

866 Cork, m.d. 1868. 



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Nftinei. 



Matoimlated 



Oitduatad. 



Frame, Bobert, . 1864 

Franklin, Luke, • 1869 

Frazer, Alexander, • 1872 

*Frazer, James, • 1863 

•French, John Gay, . 1868 

French, Rohert, . 1863 

Freyer, P. Johnson, 1869 

Frier, William, . 1864 

Fryer, David L. . 1870 

Fulton, John, . 1862 

Furey, James, . 1863 

Gabbett, Cecil E. • 1865 

Gallagher, James, • 1873 

"Gallway, Thomas J. 1868 

'Gallwey, Mathw. M. 1 863 

Galrin, John K . 1872 

Galway, John W. . 1857 
Galway,Wm.Berkley, 1873 

^Gamble, John, . 1859 

Gamble, John W. . 1860 

Garde, Christopher L. 1869 

Garde, H. Croker, . 1871 

Gardiner, Edward B. 1859 

Gardiner, Richard J. 1 873 

Gardiner, William,. 1872 

Gardner, Edward, , 1853 

Garrett, John H. . 1863 

Gaynor, William, • 1862 

Gayley, S. Smyth, . 1864 

GeLston, Thomas J. . 1 855 

Geoghegan,Fras M. 1871 

Gibson, Edmund, . 1866 

'Gibson, George J. . 1863 

Gibson, James, . 1852 

Gibson, John, . 1865 

Gilbert, John James, 1873 



Qaeo&'a 
CoU0g0. 

Belfast^ B.A. 1867. 
Cork, B.E. 1872. 

Galway, Ist Med. Ex. 1874. 
Belfast,M.D. 1867,M.OH.1867. 
Galway, m.d. 1870, m.ch. 

1870. 
Cork, Dip. Eng. 1867. 
Galway,B.A.1872,M.D.1874, 

M.0H.1874,Dip.Mid.l874. 
Belfast^ ILD. 1870, m.ch. 1870 
Cork. 

Belflist, Ist Arts Ex. 1864. 
Belfast, 2Dd Med. Ex. 1868. 
Cork, B.E. 1869. 

Galway. 
Cork, M.D. 1873, m.ch. 1873, 

Dip. Mid. 1873. 
Cork, M.D. 1867, m.ch. 1 867. 
Cork, 1st Med. Ex. 1874. 
Cork, Dip. Eng. 1859. 

Bel&st. 

Belfast, BJL. 1866. 
Belfast. B.A. 1864. 
Cork, 1st Arts Ex. 1871. 
Cork and Belfast. 
Cork, B.A. 1862, m.a. 1864. 
Cork. 
Cork. 

Belfast, B.A. 1857. 
Belfast, Ist Eug. Ex. 1867. 
Galway, 1st Arts Ex 1867. 
Belfast, 2nd Med. Ex. 187L 
Cork, M.D. 1859. 

Galway, 2nd Med. Ex. 1874. 
Belfast, B.B. 1869. 
Cork, M.D. 1866, M.0H. 1866. 
Belfast, B.A. 1855,M.A. 1857. 
Belfast, B.A. 1870. 
Belfifcst . 



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MEMBERS OF THB UNlVEBSITT. 



MaiOM. 



MAtrimdated. 



'aniespie, Humph.O. 1860 

Gillespie, Michael, . 1861 

•Gillespie, Robert, . 1849 

Gillespie, Robert, . 1861 

Gillman, Thomas H. 1864 

Gilmore, Thos. Ohas. 1 860 
Gilmore, W. Johnston, 1867 

6ilmoar,AlfredJohn, 1868 

Gilmour, Thomas C. 1867 

Given, David K. . 1871 

Given, G. Kilpatrick, 1864 

Glassford, Charles 0. 1872 

Gleeson, William, . 1870 

Glissan, Benjamin J. 1866 

Glover, R. Francis, 1866 

Glover, R. Stephen, 1866 

Goggin, George T. 1870 

Golding, James P. • 1851 

Goold, James, . 1853 

Good, Charles, . 1871 

•Good, William, . 1864 

Gordon, James A. . 1871 

Gordon, Alexander, 1856 

Gordon, David, • 1866 

Gordon, John, . 1870 

Gordon, John, . 1873 

>Gore, Albert A. . 1856 

•Gorham, Anthony, . 1861 

Gorham, Jas. John, 1869 



Gorham, Patrick C. 1865 

Gormley, John, • 1853 

'Gormlej, Joseph A. 1867 

Goudy, James, . 1872 

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s Engineer, Public Worka of India, by competttira. 
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Cork, 1C.D. 1864. 

Galway, b.a. 1867, m.d.1872, 
M.CH. 1873, Dip. Mid. 1873. 
Belfast, M.D. 1853. 
Bel£&st, B.A. 1866. 
Cork, B.A. 1868, m.I). 1870,. 

M.CH. 1870. 
Belfast, M.D.1 865,M.CH. 1 867. 
Belfast, B.A. 1870. 
Belfast, M.D. 1873, m.ch. 

1873, Dip. Mid. 1873. 
Belfast, B.A. 1872. 
Galway and Belfast. 
Belfast and Galway, 2nd 

Med. Ex. 1868. 
Galwav. 

Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 187S. 
Galway, 2nd Med. Ex. 1869* 
Galway, B. A. 1869, IstEng. 

Ex. 1871. 
Galway, b.b. 1869. 
Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1874- 
Cork, M.D. 1859. 

Cork, B.A. 1858. 

Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1874. 
Cork. Dip. Eng. 1867. 
Gal.&Belf.lstMed.Ex.l874. 
Belfast, Dip. Agric. 1859. 
Belfast, B.A. 1870. 
Galway, b. a. 1873. 
Galway. 

Galway and Cork, M.D.18C0. 
Galway, m.d. 1866. 
Galway, B.A.1872, 2nd Med. 

Ex. 1874. 
Galway, 2nd Med. Ex.1872. 
Galway, b.a. 1861. 
Gal. M.D. 1873, M.ofl.l873. 
GWway. 



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183 



Namfli. lifttrlMlfttad. 

iGonld, Michael M. . 1854 

*aoaldsberr7,Y.Skiptn.l854 
Gowland, George R. 1870 
Graham, Charles, . 1873 
Graham, James, • 1867 

Graham, Joseph, . 1873 
Graham, Hugh C. . 1849 
Graham,Patk.John,LL.B.,=s 
Graham, BichardM. 1860 
Graham, Thomas S. 1862 
Graham, William, . 1869 
Grant, WiUiam, . 1860 
Gray, Alexander, m.a. 



Gray, Elder, . 
Gray, George, 
Gray, James 0. 
Grealy, John, 
Grealy, Joseph, 
Greany, John P. 



1864 
1862 
1869 
1855 
1870 
1869 



•Greany, Michael U. 1862 

Green, Joseph J. . 1859 
"Greene, Jos. Beay,K.D., = 

Greene,ReginaldL.W. 1873 

Greenfield, John K. 1871 

Greenfield, WiUiam, 1849 

Greenlees, John, .. 1850 

Greenlees, John, . 1865 

'Qreenway, Alfred G. 1869 

Greer, Jas. M'Crone, 1873 

Greer, John, . . 1863 

Greer, Thomas, . 1863 

Gregg, Thomas, . 1861 

Oresham, Fredk. C. 1871 



^ , f B.A. 1867, M.A. 1861. 
Cork, J tL.B. Univ. of Lond. ad 
(.enndem, 1861. 

Gal way, m.d. 1862. 
Galway, 2nd Med. Ex. 1872. 
Belfast, 1st Med. Ex. 1874. 
Belfast,]i.D.1872,u.OH.1872, 

Dip. Mil. 1872. 
Galway. 

Belfast, B.A. 1656. 
Univ. Lon., ad eund., 1866. 
Cork, M.D. 1864, m.oh. 1865. 
Belfast,B.A. 1865, m.a. 1866. 
Belfast, H.D. 1874. 
Cork, Ist Eng. Ex. 1862. 
University of Glasgow, ad 

eundera, 1 87 1,ll.b. 1 873, 

LL.D. 1874. 
Belfast, 1st Arts Ex. 1864. 
Belfast, M.D.I 866,M.OH.1866. 
Belfast, 2nd Med. Ex. 1872. 
Galway, b.a. 1861. 
Galway. 
Oork,M.D. 1874, M.OH. 1874, 

Dip. Mid. 1874. 
Cork, M.D. 1867. 

Galway, b.a. 1862. 
Honoris Cansa, 1866. 
Galway and Belfast. 
Belf.<SsGal.l8tArtsEx.l874. 
Belfast, M.D. 1852. 
Belfast, B.A. 1853, m.a. 1854. 
Bel&st, Ist Arts Ex. 1867. 
Galway, m.d. 1870. 
Bel&st. 

Belfast, B.A. 1868. 
Belfast, B.A. 1866, M.A. 1868. 
Belfast, B.A. 1866. 
Cork, 2ndMed. Ex. 1872. 



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MEMBERS OF THE UNITBBSITT. 



Nunei. 



Mfttrioakted. 



Qseen's 
CoUego. 



OndvAtod. 



Grew, Francis, . 1869 

Gribben, Hugh, . 1859 

Grier, Henry, . 1872 

Greer, Robert, . 1873 

Griffin, DanielJ. . 1873 

Griffin, John, . 1860 

Griffin, Thomas, . 1863 

Griffith, William, .. 1855 

Grubb, Henry Percy, Dub. 

Gann, Christopher, 1870 

Guthrie, James, • 1869 

Guy, James M'P. . 1864 

Hadden, Darid H. 1864 

Hadden, John, . 1860 

Hadley,Geo.Percival, 1863 

'Haines, Charles H. 1865 



Haines, Humphrey, 
Haire, Robert, 
Hall, James, • 

*Hall, John Carey, 
Hall, Joseph, 
Hall, WUliam J. 

»Halliday,JohnT. 
Hallinan, James, 
Halton, Frederick, 
Hamil, George W. 
Hamill, J. Wilson, 



1872 
1853 
1864 
1863 
1872 
1868 
1866 
1873 
1872 
1851 
1867 



Hamill, Robt Geo. 1868 
Hamill, Robert J. . 1871 

Hamill,Tho8.Hacafee, 1873 

Hamilton,A.M<Leod S.1867 

^Hamilton, Alex. . 1854 

Hamilton, Alfred F. 1860 



Gal&Bel£2ndMed.Ex.l873. 

Belfast, M.D. 1862. 

Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1872. 

Gal way. 

Cork. 

Galway, b.a. 1863. 

Galwav, b.a. 1867. 

Galway, b.a. 1860. 

Belfast. 

Cork, 1C.D. 1874, m.oh. 1874, 

Dip. Mid. 1874. 
Belfast, it.D. 1874. 
Belfast, B.A. 1867. 
Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1867. 
Cork, M.D. 1864. 

Belfast, M.D. 1868. 
Cork, B.A. 1868, m.d. 1870, 
1C.0H. 1870, Dip. Mid. 
1874. 
Cork. 

Belfast, Dip. Eng. 1858. 
Belfast, 1st Arts Ex. 1867. 
Belfast, B.A. 1866. 
Belfast^ 1st Arts Ex. 1874. 
Cork, B.K. 1873. 

Belfast, B.A. 1869. 
Cork. 
Galway. 

Belfast, B.A. 1856. 
Belfast, M.B., 1873, m.oh. 

1874, Dip. Mid. 1874. 
Belfast, B.A. 1871. 
Belfiist, B.A. 1874, 1st Med. 

Ex. 1874. 
BelinjBt 

BelfAst, M.D. 1871. 
Belfast, B.A. 1860. 
Belfast, B.A. 1866. 



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186 



Kftmea. Matrienhted. 

Hamilton, Benjamin, 1864 

Hamilton, Eagene, 1864 

Hamilton, Henry, • 1868 

Hamilton, James, • 1870 

Hamilton, Joseph, . 1858 

Hamilton, J.Sinclair, 1864 

Hamilton, S. Munce, 1864 

Hamilton, Thomas, 1859 
Hamilton, Thomas 

Johnston, . . 1873 

Hamilton, Wm.C. . 1871 

Hamilton, Wm.Ross, 1857 

Hamilton, Wm. Weir, 1863 

Hanan, Arthur S. . 1864 

Hani fin, James, • 1861 

Hanly, Edward, . 1873 

Hanna, James, • 1869 

Hanna, John Hj. . 1860 

Hanna, Kobert, • 1860 

Hannan, John, • 1863 

Hannay, Robert S. 1863 

Hannigan,DeuuisF. 1871 

' Hanrahan, James J. 1 860 

Hanrahan, James P. 1873 

Harbinson, Alex. . 1866 

Hardiman, James, . 1851 

Hare, George, . 1860 

Hare, Qaste. J. C, 1861 

Hare, Richard J. • 1867 

Harley, Henry, . 1870 

Harrington, Denis, 1861 

Harrington, Denis, 1874 

Harris, James 0. . 1872 

'Harrison, John H. 1867 

Harrison, Thomas, 1872 

Hart, James 0. . 1855 



Oradiuted. 



Queen's 
College. 

Cork, B.A. 1867, iLA. 1869. 
Cork. 2nd Med. Ex. 1866. 
Belfast, B.A. 1872,2nd Med. 

Ex, 1873. 
Gal way k Belfast, 2nd Med. 

Ex. 1873. 
Belfast, 1st Arts Ex. 1861. 
Bel&st, B.A. 1868,M.A. J 869. 
Belfast, B.A. 1868, M. A. 1869. 
Belfast, B.A.1863,M.A. 1864. 

Belfast. 
Belfiist. 
Belfast^B.A.1861,LL b. 1865, 

LL.D.1868. 

Belfast, B.A. 1868, m.a. 1869, 

LL.B. 1871. 
Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1867. 
Cork, B.A. 1864. 

Galway. 

Belfast &Galway,B. A. 1874. 
Belfast, B.A. 1863. 
Belfast, B.A. 1863. 
Cork, 1st Eng. Ex. 1866. 
Belfast, 2nd Med. Ex. 1870. 
Cork, 1st Arts Ex. 1874. 
Galway, m.d. 1864. 
Cork, Ist Med. Ex. 1874. 
Belfast, M.D. 1871. 
Galway, Dip. Agric 1853. 
Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1863. 
Galway, b.a.1863,m.a. 1865. 
Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1869. 
Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1873. 
Cork, M.©. 1868. 

Galway, 2nd Med. Ex. 1874. 
Cork. 

Galway, B.A. 1870,m.a. 1872. 
Cork. 
Galway, b.a. 1858. 



1 Army Medical Senioe, by competition. 
• (^Tii ServiM of India, by competition. 



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MEMBERS OF THE UlflVERSITT. 



NUIM. 



MAlrimdatod. 



*Hart, Robert, . 1850 

HartlaDd, John F. . 1861 

Hartnet, John J. . 1873 

Hartnett, John 0. . 1871 

Harvey, Charles A« 1867 



Haslitt,JobnConrtne7,l873 

Hastings, James, . 1870 

Hastings, William, . 1873 

«Hastin<,^e,William J. 1 865 

Hawkins, Alex. B. 1865 

Hawkes, Samuel, 1862 

Hawthorne, John, • 1852 

Hawthorne,Samael, 1860 

•Hay, Robert, . 1858 

Haycroft, Henry, . 1867 

Haycroft, James J. 1869 

Hayes, FrancisJoseph, 1873 

Hayes, James P. . 1873 

Hayes, John Roche, 1866 

Hayes, John Shaw, 1873 

Hayes, William, . 1871 

Haynes, Edw. Wm. 1 863 

Haynes, William, • 1852 

Healy, Francis, . 1864 

Healy, Joseph J. . 1871 

Healy, William, . 1863 

Heap, Charles S. . 1863 

Heas, Patrick, . 1861 

Heath, Richard, • 1869 

•Heath, Robert Edw. 1855 

Heazle, Henry C. . 1866 

Heeney, Francis X. 1865 

Hegarty, Andrew, 1864 

Hegarty, George P. 1862 



QiiMii*a 
CoUeg*. 



Ondufttod. 



Belfast, B.A. 1853. 

Cork, M.D. 1863. 

Cork. 

Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1874. 

Cork, fi.A. 1871, if.D.51874, 

M.OH. 1874, Dip. Mid. 

1874. 
Belfast. 

Belfast, 2nd Med. Ex. 1873. 
Belfast 

Cork, M.D. 1869, m.ch. 1869. 
Belfast, B.A. 1870. 
Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1868. 
Belfast, M.D. 1861. 
Belfast, B.A. 1864. 
Belfast, M.D. 1862. 
Cork, B.B. 1871. 

Cork, B.E. 1872. 

Belfast. 
Cork. 

Cork, M.D. 1869, m.ch. 1869. 
Gal way, 2nd Med. Ex. 1873. 
Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1874. 
Cork, Dip. Eng. 1866. 
Cork, B.A. 1857, M.A. 1858, 

M.D. 1862. 
Cork, M.D. 1869, M.CH. 1869, 

Dip. Mid. 1872. 
Cork, 1st Arts Ex. 1873. 
Cork, IstEng. Ex. 1866. 
Belfast, 2nd Med. Ex. 1866. 
Cork, M.D. 1865, m.oh. 1865. 
Belfast, M.D. 1873, m.oh. 

1873 
Belfast, M.D. 1859. 
Cork, B.A. 1869, m.a. 1873. 
Belfast, 2nd Med. Ex. 1867. 
Belfast, M.D. 1 868,M.CH. 1870. 
Galway, 2nd Med. Ex. 1868. 



» Inspector-Graenl, Imperial Maritime Goitomf, China. 

* Army Medieal Serrioe, by competition. 

• NaTU Medieal Serrice, by competition. 



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N&mM. 



M»tri<mlated. 



Hegarty, John, . 1867 

Hegarty, William, . 1850 

Hemphill, John, • 1862 

Hemsted, Edmand, 1872 

Hemsted, Edwin, • 1871 

Henderson, Alex. . 1871 

Hennessy, William, 1871 

Henry, Alexander, 1854 

Henry, Emerson W* 1860 

Henry, George, . 1863 

Henry, John Edgar, 1858 

Henry, John W. R. 1852 

Henry, Joseph, . 1870 

Henry, Richard, 1865 

Henry, Samael Rea, 1867 

Henry, Thomas, . 1849 

»Henry, William E. . 1866 

Heron, Alexander, • 1860 

Heron, Denis C. ll.d. 

Heron, James, • 1853 

Heron, James^ • 1857 

Heron, John, . 1869 

Heron, Samuel, • 1864 

Herron, James, . 1872 

Hewitt, John, . 1862 

Hickey, Patrick C, 1873 

Hickman, James, • 1870 

Hickman, William, 1867 

Higgins, Thomas, . 1862 

Higginson,HenryH. 1873 

HUi,Adam, . . 1872 

•Hill, Arthur, . . 1861 

Hill, Luke Mullock, 1866 

Hill, Rohert, . . 1871 

'Hill, William a . 1856 



Oalway,M.».1873,ii.CH.1872. 
Cork, MJ). 1853. 

Belfast, B.A. 1865. 
Belfast, 2nd Med. Ex. 1872. 
Belft. MJ>. 1873, M.OH. 1873. 
Belfast, B.A. 1874. 
Cork, 1st Arts Ex. 1874. 
Belfast, B.A.1857,u.A. 1858. 
Belfa6t,M.D. 1865,]C.OH. 1865. 
Belfast, 2Dd Med. Ex. 1864. 
Bel&st^ B.A. 1862, m.a. 1864. 
Gal way, b.a. 1857. 
Belfast, X.D. 1874. 
Belfast and Cork, b.a. 1868, 

M.D. 1871. 
Belfast, B.A. 1874. 
Belfast, B.A. 1852, k.a. 1853,. 

LL.B. 1854. 
Galway,B.A. 1869,m.a.1870. 
Belfast and Cork, b.a. 1863, 

M.D. 1866. 
Dnhlin, ad eundem, 1857. 
Belfast, B.A. 1858. 
Belfast, Dip.Eng. I860. 
Cork, B.B. 1873. 

Belfast, 2nd Med. Ex. 1868. 
Belfast. 
Belfast, B.A. 1866,]c.A.1867^ 

LL.B. 1873. 
Cork, 1st Med. Ex. 1874. 
Galway, b.a. 1874. 
Galway,M.D.1872,x.0H.1872 
Bel&st» 1C.D. 1868. 
Belfast. 

Belfast, 2nd Med. Ex. 1873. 
Cork, B.B. 1869. 

Belfast, B.B. 1869. 
Belfast. 
Cork, B.B. 1871. 



1 Prendent, Wed^yui College, St. John's, N.B. 
*Life Stadentahip, Royal Aaidemr, London. 
■Late Architect to Ecclesiastical Commiaiionen. 



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MEMBERS OF THE UNIVERSITT. 



Nmdm. 



MfttrioaUtrd 



1873 
1861 
1872 
1849 
1858 
1863 



Hill, William Holmes, 

Hill, Wm. James, • 

Hills, AagustnsP. . 

Hincks, J. Perrott, . 
*Hinds,Wm.Rich.O. 

Hocter, William P. 
'Hodges,Geo.Ja8tusL. 1860 
'Hodges, John P., ild. = 

Hodges. Ralph W. 1872 
*Hoey, WiUiam, . 1865 

Holdbrook, John, 

Ilolden, John S. 

Holland, James, 

Holland, John J. 



1866 
1864 
1866 
1868 



Holmes, John, . 1869 
Holmes, Arthur P. 1868 
^Holmes, Robt. A. K. 18C3 



Belfast. 

Belfast, B.A. 1865,K.A. 1866. 

Cork, Ist Med. Ex. 1874. 

Bel&st, Dip. Agric. 1852. 

Galway, m.d. 1863. 

Galway, b.a. 1866. 

Belfast^ B.A. 1864. 

Honoris Causa, 1869. 

Cork. 

Bel&st^ B.A.1868,]c.A. 1869. 

Cork, B.A. 1871. 

Belfast, M.D. 1865. 

Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1868. 

Galway,M.D.l 872,M.OH.l 872 
Dip. Mid. 1872. 

Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1873. 

Galway, m.d. 1859. 

Galway <k Belfast, B. A. 1866 
M.D. 1870. 

Galway. 

Cork,M.D. 1865, M.CH. 1865. 

Galway and Cork, b.a. 1855, 
M.A. 1856, Diploma Ele- 
mentary Law, 1857, 

LL.B. 1858, LL.D. 1862. 

Galway, M.D-. 1861. 
Cork, B.A. 1873. 

Cork, 1st Arts Ex. 1870. 
Belfast, B.B. 1874. 
Cork, B.A. 1870, m.a. 1871. 
Galwav 

Belfast, 1st Arts Ex. 1871. 
Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1866. 
Belfast, B.A. 1869. 
Bel&st, B.A. 1857. 
Belfast ^Galway, b. a. 1872. 

> Anny Medical Serrica, br competition, 
s CoDBiilar MTYioe, Japan, dt competition. 

< Professor of Agriculture, Qneen^CoUe^, Belfiut; formerlj Ezamintr 
in Medical Joriipradence, Queen's UniTemtj. 

« Civil Sendee of India, by competition. 

< Inspector of National Senools, bj competition. 
* Army Control, by competition. 



Honan, Thomas, . 


1873 


Honiball, Oscar D. 


1859 


Hooper, Charles J. . 


1851 


'Hooper, Robert, 


1854 


Horan, Edward, 


1870 


Horan, Qeorge, 


1867 


Horan, John, 


1871 


*Horan, Thomas, 


1865 


Horan, Timothy, . 


187S 


^Horsn, William, . 


1869 


Horgan, Mathew, . 


1861 


Houston, King, 


1866 


Houston, J. D. 


1854 


Houston, Jas. J), 0. 


1868 



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139 



Nunef. Mstriottktod. 


Honston, John Enox 


1868 


Houston, Samuel, • 


1861 


Houston, Samuel, . 


1862 


•Houston, Thomas, . 


1860 


Howard, Martin, . 


1870 


Howe, James P. 


1863 


Howe, Jonas, 


1870 


Howley, James, 


1865 


Hudson, Robert S. . 


1862 


Huey, John, 


1864 



Huggard,Wm. Rich. 1 871 



Hughes, Edwin, . 1868 
'Hughes, Jas.Stannus,M.D. = 

Hughes, John, . 1868 
'Hughes, John Hen. 1858 
^Hughes, Patriisk J. 1849 

Hughes,RobertWood, 1873 
•Hughes, WiUiam, . 1863 

Hughes, William B. 1873 

Humphreys, George, 1865 

Humphries, Walter, 1850 

Huraphreys,Wm. E. 1873 
Hungerford,Thos. W. 1870 

Hunter, Henry, . 1872 

•Hunter, John L. . 1859 

Hunter, Joseph, • 1869 

Hunter, Robert L. . 1864 

Hunter, Scott, . 1866 

Hunter, William, • 1860 

^Hurley, Francis B. 1850 



Belfast, M.D. 1872, m.oh. 
1872, Dip. Mid. 1872. 
Belfost, B.A. 1864, M.A. 1865. 
Bel&st, B.A. 1865. 
Belfast, B.A.1863, m.a.1864. 
Cork. 

Cork, 1st Eng. Ex. 1866. 
Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1872. 
Oalway, 1st Arts Ex. 1867. 
Belfast,M.Dl868,M.OH.lS68. 
Belfast & Gal way, b.a. 1868, 

M.A. 1869. 
Galway, Belfast 2nd Med. 

Ex. 1872, 1st Arts 

Ex. 1873. 
Belfast, B.A. 1871. 
Glasgow, ad eundem, 1864. 
Belfast, 2nd Med. Ex. 1873. 
Galway, m.d. 1863. 
Galway, b.a. 1853* 
Belfast. 
Galway, b.a. 1866, Dip.Enff. 

1867. 
Belfast 

Cork, B.A. 1869. 

Cork, 1C.D. 1852. 

Cork. 
Cork. 
Belfast. 

Belfast, B.A. 1863, k.a. 1864. 
Belfast, B.B. 1872. 
Belfast,M.D.1868,M.OH.1870. 
Belfast, B.B. 1869. 
Cork, Dip. Eng. 1863. 
Galway,B.A.1856,M.D.1860. 



1 Head Maiter, Colexaine Aeademy. 

s Profenor of Snrger]r, Royal CJoIIo^e of Suzgaoiu. 

* Army Medical Service, by competition. 
« Conaular Senrice, China. 

6 Engineer, Pablie Works of India, by competition, 

• Professor . of Iftaihematies and Natoral rhilosopby, Singes Collen 
CniTersity, Windsor, N.S. 

7 Naval Medical Senrioe, by competition. 



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MEMBERS OF THE CNIVERSITT. 



Nam«t. 

Barley, James, 



Matiioalated 

. 1866 



Hurley, Patrick, . 1859 

Hurst, Hugh Frazer, 1864 

Hutchinson, James, 1859 

Hyde, Robert, . 1871 

Hyndman, Hugh, . 1852 

Hynes, James J. . 1869 

Hynes, Michael, . 1853 

Hynes, William, . 1873 

•levers, Robert W. . 1866 

"Ingram, Thomas D. 1849 

Ireland, Arthur J. . 1851 

Irvine, Thomas, . 1866 

Irvine, William, . 1862 

Irvine, Wm. John, 1870 

Irwin, Hugh, . 1867 

Irwin, James, . 1869 

Irwin, Wm. Samuel, 1870 

^Isaac, John B. • 1864 

Isaac, William D. . 1863 

Jack,Robt.Hastings, 1873 

Jack, Robt Nelson, 1873 

Jackson, And. Jas. 1871 

Jackson, Burton, • 1850 

Jackson, John, . 1871 

Jackson, Moffatt, . 1849 

Jacob, David B. . 1853 

^Jagoe, Benjamin J. 1869 

James, Arthur, . 1873 

Vamieson, Robt A. . 1858 



Cork, 1st Arts Ex. 1870 
M.D. 1872, M.CH. 1872» 
Dip. Mid. 1872. 

Oalvray, b.a. 1862. 

Belfast, 2nd Med. Ex. 1873 

Qalway, m.d. 1861. 

Cork. 

Belfast,B.A.1859,LL.B. 1860. 

Cork, B.A. 1872, m.a. 1873. 

Galway, Dip. Eng. 1859. 

Galway. 

Galway, b.a. 1870. 

Belfast, B.A. 1853, Dip. EL 
Law, 1852, ll.b. 1853* 

Galway, m.d. 1861. 

Belfast, B.A. 1873, m.a.1874- 

Belfast, B.A. 1868, m.d. 1869^ 
M.OH. 1869. 

Galway, 2nd Med. Ex. 1874. 

Belfast, B.A, 1870. 

Belfast. 

Galway, 2nd Med. Ex. 1873. 

Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1867. 

Cork, 2ud Med. Ex. 1867. 

Galway. 

Galway. 

Belfistst. 

Galway, B.A.1 858, m.d.1862. 

Belfast, 1st Arts Ex. 1873. 

Belfast, B.A.1852,M.A.1853. 

Belfast, M.D. 1856. 

Cork, M.D. 1873, m.oh. 1873. 

Galway. 

Cork, B.A. 1867, m.a. 1867, 
M.D. 1868. 

Belfast, B.A. 1864. 



Jamison, David, • 1859 

> CiTil Service of India, by competition, 
s Ceylon Civil Service, fint plAce, by competition. 
* Liw Stadentflhip, Innt of Court, London, by competition, and Profet- 
toT ot Law and Joriipradenoe, Prendency College, Caleatta. 
^ Naval Medical Service by. competition. 
K Army Medical Service, by competition, 
e Consulting Sntgeon to the Imperial Maritime CnatomB, China. 



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141 



MfttxloaUtod. 

JamiaoDjJas. Watson, 1860 

Jefferson, James Q* 1872 

Jefferson, John, • 1861 

Jeffries, John N. • 1868 

Jeffries, William 0. 1872 

• Jenings, XJlick A. . 1860 

Jennings, Alex* • 1849 

Jennings, John, • 1849 

'Jennings, John, • 1861 

Jennings, Richard, 1872 

Jennings, William, 1872 

Johnson, George, . 1867 

Johnson, Henry S. 1873 

Johnson, Richd. W. 1862 

Johnson, Hohert, . 1849 

Johnson, Samuel, . 1868 

Johnson, Walter 0. 1872 

■Johnson, William E. 1864 

Johnston, Chas. M. 1870 

Johnston, David, . 1862 

Johnston, David, . 1863 

Johnston, Henry S. 1873 

Johnston, James, . 1864 

Johnston^ John, . 1866 

Johnston, John, . 1871 

Johnston, John Beid, 1873 

Johnston, J. Wesley, 1851 

Johnston, Percy H. 1867 

Johnston,Bobt. J. E. 1863 

Johnston, Samnel, . 1864 

Johnston, William, 1849 

Johnston, William, 1866 



SilSi; Orad-atcd. 

Belfost, B.A. 1866. 

Qalway and Belfast. 

Belfast, 2nd Med. Ex. 1865. 

Cork. 

Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1872. 

Qalway, m.d. 1865, m.ch. 

18i3o. 
Belfast, M.D. 1858. 
Belfast, B.A. 1853. 
Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1860. 
Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1874. 
Cork, M.D. 1874, m.ch.1874, 

Dip. Mid. 1874. 
Belfast,M.D.1871,M.cu.l871, 

Dip. Mid. 1872. 
Galway, 2ud Med. Ex.1872. 
Cork, 1st Eng. Ex. 1867. 
Belfast, B.A. 1854,M.A.l 855. 

Dip. El. Law, 1855. 
Gal way.M.D. 1 870, m.ch. 1 870 
Cork, 1st Arts Ex. 1874. 
Belfast, M.D.1870,M.OH.1870, 

Dip. Mid. 1872. 
Cork, B.A. 1874. 

Belfast, M.D. 1866, m.ch. 
Dip. Mid. 1873. 
Bel&st, M.D. 1870. 
Galway. 

Belfast, B.A. 1867, m.a. 1868. 
Belfast,M.D.1871,M.0H.1871. 
Belfast, B.A. 1874. 
Belfast. 

Galway, b.a. 1854. 
Cork, B.A. 1871, 2nd Med. 

Ex. 1873. 
Belfast, B.A. 1868. 
Belfast, M.D. 1872. 
Galway, b.a. 1852. 
Belfast, M.i).1870,M.GH.1870 



> Army Medicid Seryiee, bjr competition. 
' Nftvftl Medical Serviee, by eompe'iiijii. 



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MJBlf BBRS OF THS UNIVEK8ITT. 



N«m ■. 



JolmstoDy Wm. B. . 
JohnstoD, Wm. M. 



Mfttrienlfttad. 
1860 

1863 



QllMB*t 

College. 



GnduUed. 



Johnston. Wm. John 1872 

Johnston, Wm.Tho8. 1867 

Johnstone, Arthur A. 1 872 
Johnstone,H.Maturin, 1868 

'Jones, Henry M*N. 1869 

Jones, John H. . 1862 

Jones, Leslie, . • 1858 

•Jones, Wm.H.M'JSr. 1849 

•Jones, Wm. Henry, 1 856 

Jordan, John N. . 1870 

Joyce, Patrick King, 1869 

Joyce, Robt. Dwyer, 1860 

•Joynt, Christopher, 1851 

•Joynt, E. Heame, . 1867 

Julian, Egbert H. . 1867 

Rain, Thomas, . 1868 

'Kane, Francis B. . 1861 

*Kane, Hugh Smiley, 1856 

Kane, John, . • 1860 
'Kane, Sir Robert, ll.d. = 

Kane, Robert B. . 1858 

1865 
1860 
1864 
1849 



Kane, Roderick W. 
Kane, William, 
Kean, Hugh J. 
Keane, 0. Marceet, 

Kearney, Daniel, . 
Kearney, John, 
TKeamey, Michael, • 



1851 
1872 
1863 



Cork, M.D. 1865, M.ce. 1867. 
Belfast & Galway, b.a. 1866, 

K.A. 1868. 
Belfast, 1st Arts Ex. 1874. 
Belfast, 2nd Med. Ex. 1873. 
Cork and Galway. 
Cork, M.D. 1872. 

Cork, K.D« 1864, k.oh. 1865. 
Cork, Dip. Eng. 1866. 

Cork, B.E. 1871, M.D. 1871, 

M.ofl. 1871. 
Cork, B.A. 1852, m.d. 1861, 

K.OH. 1865. 
Cork, M.D. 1860. 

Belfast, B.A. 1873. 
Galway, b.a. 1872. 
Cork, M.D. 1862, m.ch. 1865. 
Galway, m.d. 1855. 
Galway,M.D.1870,M.CH.1870 
Cork, B.K. 1871. 

Galway. 

Cork, M.D. 1872, m.oh. 1872. 
Belfast, B.A.1860, m.d.1862. 
Belfast k Galway, b.a. 1866. 
Univ. Dub., ad enod. 1868. 
f B.A. 1861, M.A. 1862, 
Cork, < LL.B. Univer. of Lon. ad 



Cork, 
Belfast, 
Cork. 
Galway, 



(.eundem, i860. 



B.£. 1868. 

B.A. 1864. 
M.D. 1867. 
B.A. 1853, Dip.EL 
Law, 1853. 
B.A. 1854. 



Galway, 

Belfast. 

Cork, M.D. 1869, M.OH. 1869. 



1 DemoDgintor of Anfttomj, Qaeen*i College, Cork, Surgeon to the 
Ophthalmie Hospital. 

' Resident Physician, Westminster Hospital, British Columbia. 

* Army Medical Service, by competition. 

< Lecturer in Anatomy, Cannichael School of Medicine ; Surgeon to 
Jerris-street Hospital. 



* Geological Survey of India. 
ePr * " ' " " 



• Late President QueenV College, Cork, Fellow of tho Royal Society, &c. 
7 Mavai Aicuiiul Sicrvice, by cozrpitition. 



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Eeary, F. James, 
Keating, Michael^ 
Keegan, Peter, 
EeenaD, Michael, 
Keboe, John F. 
Keilj, John N. J. 
Kelly, Edward H. 

Kelly, James, 
Kelly, James P. 
Kelly, Michael, 
"Kelly, P. J. . 
Kelly, Thomas, 
Kelly, William, 



liatrionUUd. 
. 1857 

1872 
1865 
1862 
1860 
1849 
1869 

1859 
1866 
1871 
1849 
1859 
1872 



Galway, Dip. El. Law, 1865. 
Cork. 

Belfast, B.A.1869,LL.B. 1871. 
Bel&st, B.A. 1867. 
Cork, Ist Eng. Ex. 1862. 
Cork, B.A. 1852. 

Belfast, M.D. 1873, m.ch. 
1873, Dip. Mid. 1873. 



Cork, 

Galway. 

Galway, 

Galway, 

Cork, 



H.D. 1864. 



Kennedy, Alex. D. . 1851 

Kennedy, B. J. . 1872 

Kennedy, James M. 1862 

Kennedy, J. Martin, 1868 

Kennedy, John, . 1857 

Kennedy, Robert J. 1870 

Kennedy, William, . 1869 

Eeogh, Denis, . 1858 

Kepple, John, • 1866 

Kerr, Eneas, . . 1873 

Kerr, James, . . 1866 

Kerr, J. King, . 1863 

Kerr, John William, 1869 

Kevin, Charles, . 1873 

"Keys, C. Wm. Moore, 1863 

Keys, Bobert A. . 1868 

KiUen, James B. • 1859 

Killen, Jas. Miller, . 1868 

Killeu, John Moore . 1862 

Killen, Samnel, . 1861 

'King, Charles C, m.d. 

1 Anny Mediesl Service, by competition. 

* MediciJ Inspector under Irish Poor Law Board ; late Professor of 
Antttomy and Physiology, Queen's Collej^c, Cial\vu\. 



B.A. 1874. 

M.D. 1857. 

B.A. 18n:s 
Galway and Cork, let Art* 
i\x. 1874. 
Cork, Dip. El. Law, 1855. 
Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1874. 
Belfast, l8t Art Ex. 1868. 
Belfast, 2nd Med. Ex. 1872. 
Belfast,M.D.1864,if.OH.1866. 
Cork. 2nd Med. Ex. 1871 
Belfast, B.A. 1873. 
Cork, B.A. 1861, M.A. 1863. 
Cork, B.A. 1870. 

Galway. 

BelfaBt,ii.D.1870,M.OH.1870. 
Belfast,]i.D.1871,M.CH.1871» 

Dip. Mid. 1872. 
Belfast, B.A. 1872. 
Belfast. 

Cork, M.D. 1870, m.oh. 1870. 
Galway, 2nd Med.Ex.l869. 
Bel&st, Cork, k Galway, b.a. 
1863,ii.A. 1868, LL.B. 1868, 
Belfast, B.A. 1872,M.A. 1873. 
Galway,B.A.1866, m.d.1870. 
Cork and Belfast, 2nd Med. 

Ex. 1865. 
Glasgow, ad eundem, 1855» 



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MEMBERS OF THE UKITEBSITT. 



Namei. Matrionlatvd. 

'King, ^lian A. . 1859 

*King, William, . 1849 
*King, William, D. so. = 
Kingslej, Wm, m.d. = 

^Kingston, Thomas, • 1862 
Kingston, William, 1871 
Kingston, William T. 1869 

Kirker, Gilbert, . 1872 

Kirkpatrick, H. C. . 1870 

Kirkpatrick, Jas. G. 1861 

Kirkpatrick, Robt 1870 

Kirkpatrick, Wm. T. 1862 

Kirwan, William, . 1873 

Knight, Charles P. 1872 

Knipe, Joseph, • 1858 

Knowles, James, . 1871 
Knowles, John, . 1873 
Knox, John, 1867 

Kyle, Hillis, . . 1850 

Kyle, Thomas Wm. 1872 

•Lacy, John P. . 1855 

Lacy, M. Angelo, . 1862 

Laffan, Edward M. 1871 

Laffan, George, . 1872 

La£&n, George £. . 1866 

La£&n, John E. . 1873 

Laird, Caleb Shera, 1867 

Laird, John, . . 1866 

Lalor, James, . • 1850 

•Lambert, John P. . 1858 

^Land, James S. • 1851 

Lane, Charles, . 1852 



2X" Or^^i^. 

Galway, b.a. 1862. 

Galway, B.A. 1853. 

Honoris Causa, 1870. 

University of St. Andrew's, 
ad eundem, 1860. 

Cork, M.D. 1867. 

Cork, B.E. 1874. 

Galway, m.d. 1873, m.gh. 
1873, Dip. Mid. 1873. 

Belfast, 2nd Med. Ex. 1874. 

Belfast, 2nd Med. Ex. 1874. 

Belfast, B.A. 1863. 

Belfast, Ist Arts Ex. 1872. 

Belfajst, B.A.1868,M.A.1870. 

Galway. 

Cork. 

BelfiEist and Galway, Ist 

Arts Ex. 1865. 
Belfast, 1st Arts Ex. 1874. 
Belfast. 
Belfast,M.D.1871,M.CH.1871. 

Dip. Mid. 1872. 
Belfast,B.A. 1857,LL.B.1858. 
Belfast, 2nd Med. Ex. 1873. 
Cork, Dip. Eng. 1858. 

Cork, B.B. 1869. 

Cork. 

Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1873. 
Cork, B.E. 1871. 

Cork. 

Belfast, B.A. 1 872, x.a. 1873. 
Galway, 2nd Med. Ex.1867. 
Galway & Cork, b.a. 1855. 
Cork, B.A. 1861. 

Cork, B.A. 1855, x.i>. 1858. 
Cork, B.A. 1855, m.a. 1857. 



> District Jadge, Ce^^on. 

s On SUff of rndian Geological Sarrey. 

* Profenor of Geology, Qaeen^a CoU^, Galway. 

* Army Medical Sernce, by competition. 
B Royal Engineers, by competition. 

* Thud Master, Queen's Collegiate School, Trinidad. 



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145 



MatrieaUtad. 



LangleVyPersIioase 

W. L. . . 1873 

'Large, Philip T. . 1864 

•Larken, E. L. M- . 1849 

Larmor, Joseph, . 1871 

Latimer, James, • 1861 

Latimer, Wm. Thos. 1862 

Latour, George, . 1874 

Lavertine, Charles, 1871 

Lawrence, James, • 1866 

•Lawson, J. H. . 1856 

Lawton, Michael, . 1866 

Leader, Richard R. 1868 

Leary, Edward G. . 1872 

Leary, Joseph W. . 1860 

Leathem, James, . 1858 

Lecky, Alex. G. . 1864 

Ledger, James 0. • 1856 

Lee, Redmond, . 1862 

^Leebody, John R. . 1859 

•Leech, John R. . 1868 

Le Grand, Wm. J. 1870 

Leetch, Josias, . 1870 

Legate, Charles J. . 1866 

Legate, George W. . 1863 

Leitch, Matthew, • 1860 

Leitch, William, . 1862 

Leonard, John, . 1872 

Leonard, John, . 1853 

Leonard, William, . 1872 

Lester, Cha& Sloane, 1850 

*L'Estrange, Edward, 1 852 

^Jjevifl, John S. . 1856 



QiiMa't 

Gollegt. 



OndMted 



Bel&Bt. 

Cork, 

Cork, 

Belfast, 

Belfut, 

Bel£ft8t, 



Dip. Eng. 1867. 
X.D. 1855. 
B.A. 1874. 
B.A. 1864. 
B.A. 1870. 
Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1874. 
Galway, 1st Arts Ex. 1874. 
Belfast,M.D. 1 871 ,M.CH. 1 871 . 
Galway and Cork, m.d. 1860. 
Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1871. 
Cork, M.D. 1873, m.ch. 1873, 

Dip. Mid. 1873. 
Galway and Belfast. 
Galway,B.A. 1862, 2nd Med. 

Ex. 1862. 
Belfast,M.D.1864,M.CH.1867. 
Bel&st, B.A. 1867. 
Cork, Dip. Eng. 1858. 
Galway and Cork, 2nd Med. 

Ex. 1869. 
Belfast, B.A. 1862, m.a. 1863. 
Cork, M.D. 1872, m.oh. 1872. 
Cork, M.D. 1874, M.CH. 1874, 

Dip. Mid. 1874. 
Galway, 2nd Med. Ex.1873. 
Belfast, B.A. 1870. 
Galway, BJLl867,M.A. 1869. 
Belfast, B.A. 1863, k.a. 1864. 
Belfast, B.A. 1865. 
Cork, 1st Med. Ex. 1874. 
Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1867. 
Galway, 2nd Med. Ex.1874. 
Cork, M.D. 1852. 

Galway, mjo. 1856. 
Cork. M.D. 1860. 



1 Engineer, Pablie Worki of India, by competition. 
' Anny Medical Senriee, by competition. 

* Leetorcr and Soneon, St. Mary*i Hoipital, London. 

* Profesaor of Mattiematics and Natnial FhiloMphy, Magee Colltge» 
Londonderry. 

* Naral Medical Serriee, by competition. 

H 



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MEMBERS OF THE UNIVEBSITT. 



Kamcfl. 



MfttriouUtod. 



Leyis, Samael G. . 1872 

Lewis, W. lie wellen, 1864 

Lightbody, Robert. 1861 
Linden, Henry Cooke, 1869 

Lindsay, Charles, • 1860 

Lindsay, Francis W. 1862 

Lindsay, Jas. Alex. 1873 

Lindsay, John, • 1861 

Lindsay, John, . 1873 

Lindsay, Joseph, • 1858 



;Litt1e,And.Johnston, 1873 
'Little, Charles, 
'Lloyd, Christopher, 

Lloyd, John, 

Lloyd, Owen B. P. 

Lloyd, Thomas, « 

Louie, Thomas, 



Lodge, Geo. J. 
Long, Bourke, 
'Long, Mark, 
Long, Richard P. • 
Long, Richd. Josh. 
■Longford, J. Henry, 
Longworth, Peter, . 
Lough, Wm. John, . 
Loughran, P. James, 
Longhery, Richard, 
Love, And. Thomas, 
Lore, Geo. Clarke, • 
Lore, James, • 
Lore, John, • • 
Lore, Robert L. • 

Lowry, John, 
Lncey, Samael F. • 
Lnmsden, Thomas, . 



1867 
1863 
1864 
1870 
1852 
1869 

1873 
1860 
1861 
1872 
1860 
1864 
1864 
1863 
1869 
1872 
1873 
1871 
1861 
1861 
1871 

1866 
1862 
1863 



Cork. 

Galway,B.A.1869,M.A.lS7K 
Gal way. Dip. Eng. 1864. 
Galway <fe Belfast, 2nd Med. 

Ex. 1871. 
Galway and Belfast, let En^. 

Ex. 1869. ' 
Cork, 1st Arts Ex. 18G5. 
Belfast. 

Cork. B.A. 1865. 

Belfast. 
Belfast, B. A. 1863, 2nd Med. 

Ex. 1866. 
Belfast. 

Belfast, M.D. 1 87 1 ,m.ch. 1871. 
Cork, M.D. 1870, M.cn. 1870. 
Cork, M.D. 1868, m ch. 1868. 
Cork. 

Cork, B.A. 1857. 

Galway and Cork,x.D. 1874, 

if.CH. 1874. 
Bd&jst. 

Cork, B.A. 1864. 

Cork, K.D. 1865. 

Cork. 

Belfast, Ist Eng. Ex. 1863. 
Belfast, B.A. 1868. 
Galway, m.d. 1868. 
Belfast & Galway, b.a.1867. 
Bel^t, 2nd Med. Ex. 1872. 
Bel&st. 
Belfiist. 

Bel&st and Galway. 
Belfiist, B.A. 1865, M.D. 1868. 
Bel£ast,B.A.1864, m.a. 1867. 
Belfast and Galway, 1st Arts 

Ex. 1873. 
Belfiisi, Bju 1870. 
Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1871. 
Cork, 1C.I). 1868, k.oh. 1870. 



1 Aimy Medical S«rnee, by competition, 
t CoiuiaUff Service, Japaa, by eomi>etitioii« 



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MEICBXBS or THE UIUmSITT. 



Lapton, Henrjy • 

'Lnpton, William, . 
Lather, Francis M. 
Lyden, Michael J. . 
Ljle, Leslie Alex. • 
Ljle, Thomas, 
Ljnam, James, 
Ljnam, James, • 
Lynam, Patrick, 
Ljnam,Terence J. A. 
Lynch, Henry, • 
Lynch, James, 
Lynch, William, 
Lynd, Robert J. 
Lynham, J no. Isaac, 
'Lynham, Wm. P. . 
Lynn, William Park, 
■Lyons, Frederick, . 
Lyons, Wm. Joseph B. 
lATtle, Joshoa, 
ll(acafee,D. Lindsay, 
M'Afee, William, . 
M'Alevy, Robt Peel, 
Macartney, James, • 
*.\f acAalay,Oolman P. 
Macaalay,Chs.Albert, 



IfaftitonUted. 

. 1858 



147 

gjjjil Ondutod. 

Gtalway, ii.i>. 1864, m.oh. 

1866. 
Belfast, B.A. 1852,M.A. 1858. 
Cork, M.D. 1858. 

Galway, Ist Med. Ex. 1874. 
Belfast, B.A. 1854. 
Belfast, B.A. 1870, M. A. 1871. 
Galway, b.a. 1859. 
Galway, b.a. 1872. 
Galway, b.b. 1872. 
Galway, 2nd Med. Ex.1866. 
Galway. 
Galway. 

Cork, Dip. Eng. 1859. 
Bel&st, B.A. 1858. 
Galway, 2nd Med. Ex.1873. 
Galway, Dip. Eng. 1866. 
Belfast. 

Cork, M.D.1867,M.OH.1867. 
Belfast, M.D. 1874. 
Belfast 

Belfast & Cork, b.a. 1859* 
Galway, 2nd Med. Ex. 1874. 
Bel&st, K.D. 1866. 
Galway, m.d. 1865. 
Galway, B.A. 1867, if .a. 1868* 
Galway, m.d. 1872, m.oh. 
1872, Dip. Mid. 1872. 
Belfast, B.A. 1864. 
Belfast, M.D. 1866. 
Belfast, B.A. 1863. 
Galway, m.d. 1873. 
Belfast, B.A. 1869. 
Belfast, K.D. 1854. 
Cork, B.A. 1867, 2nd Med» 

Ex. 1873. 
Galway. 

> PtofeHor of JnriipnidMice and Political Eoonomjr, QaM&*i CoU«g«, 
Qalwftj. 

> Engineer, Pnblie Works of India, b^ competition. 
• Anty Mediad Serriee, bj competition. 

< CiTirSerriee of India, bj competition. 



1849 
1853 
187J 
1851 
1866 
1852 
1868 
1869 
1860 
1872 
1873 
1859 
1851 
1871 
1863 
1873 
1863 
1870 
1872 
1855 
1872 
1863 
1864 
1862 
1864 



Macaulay, Matthew, 1857 

Macanlay, John, . 1862 

Macanlay, Peter, • 1859 

Macaoley, Roger, . 1872 

Macaulay, Wm. J. . 1865 

M'Anley, Daniel, . 1849 

M^Anliffe, Alexis, . 1863 

M'AnHffe, Daniel, . 1871 



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MSICBXBS or THE UNIV^EBSITT. 



NunM. 



M'Aulifie, John, 
'M'Auliffe, Michael, 
Macauliffe, John, . 
Macauliffe, T.B. . 



. 1873 
1857 
1870 
1864 



M'Beath, WiUiam, . 1866 
M'Bride, John B. . 1852 
M'Bride, Robert, . 1865 



M'Bryan, Henry C. 1871 

M'Burney, Robert, 1862 

M'Call, Robert A. . 1862 

M'Callan, John F. . 1851 

M'Callura, D. . 1873 

•M'Callum, John, . 1863 

McCarthy, Alex. P. 1862 

•McCarthy, David J. 1861 

^M'Carthy, Edward, 1851 

^M'Carthy, James, . 1868 

•McCarthy, James J. 1857 

McCarthy, John P. . 1867 

M'Carthy,Michael,J. 1873 

M'Cartie, Charles J. 1868 

McCartney, Samnel, 1865 

M'Carty, John W. . 1860 

M*Oarty,P.W.W. 1861 

M'Oanghey, George, Dub. 

M*Oay, Andw. R. B. 1852 

M'Oay, John, . . 1864 

M'Clean, Donald S. 1850 

' M'Cleery, William, 1857 

*M«01eland, Henry, 1870 

M'Clelland, Joseph, 1871 

M'Olement^Fred. 1862 



Cork. 

Galway, b.a. 1860. 

Galway and Cork. 

Cork <fc Galway, m.d. 1868, 

M.OH. 1868. 
Belfa8t,if.D.1867,M.0H. 1867. 
Belfast & Galway, b.a. 1856. 
Belfast, B.A. 1869, M.D. 1871, 
H.OH. 1871, Dip. 
Mid. 1872. 
GUI way. 

Belfast, 2nd Med. Ex. 1867. 
Belfast ik Galway, B. A. 1867, 

M.A. 1868. 
Belfast, B. A. 1855, M.A. 1856. 
Belfast 

Belfast, B.A. 1866. 
Cork, Dip. Eng. 1865. 
Galway, m.d. 1862. 
Cork, M.D. 1868. 

GalwayandCork,M.D. 1871, 

M.OB. 1871. 
Cork, M.D. 1858. 

Cork, M.D. 1871. 

Cork, 1st Med. Ex. 1874. 
Cork, B.A. 1871, M.D. 1873, 
M.OH. 1874. 

B.A. 1869. 

M.D. 1864. 
Dip. Eng. 1866. 

B.A. 1864. 

B.A. 1857. 

B.A. 1867. 

B.A. 1854. 
Dip. Eng. 1860. 



^ CItU Serriee of Indm, by competition. 
* Inspector of National Scnools, by competition 
s Army Medical Service, by conipetitioa. 
4 Army Control, by competition. 



Belfast, 

Cork, 

Cork, 

Belfast, 

Belfast, 

Belfast, 

Belfast, 

Belfast, 

Cork. 

Belfast, 2nd Med. Ex. 1873. 

Belfast, M.D. 1866. 



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149 



Mfttrionktad. 



Gndofttod. 



M'Cloy, John W. . 
M'Cloy, WiUiam, . 
M'Clnre, Edmund, . 
M'Oare, Henry, . 

M'Clore, Samael, • 
^M'Oonaghey, John, 

•M'Conaghy, Charles, 
M'Conaghy, Robert, 
M'Conaghy, William, 
M'ConneU, Andrew, 
M'Oonnell, Jas. M. . 
M^Connell, John, • 
'M'Connell, William, 
'MacOormac, Wm. . 



1859 
1872 
1861 
1871 

1849 
1866 

1864 
1871 
1864 
1863 
1858 
1869 
1860 
1851 

M'Cormao, Hen. J. 1863 

M'Oormack, Thomas, 1873 

M'Cormick, Henry, 1869 
M'Cormick, John 

Joseph, . . 1870 

M'Oorry, Peter, 1860 

M'Cosh, John, 1872 
^M'Cosh, Rev. Ja&, ll.d. 

MKJoubrqr, David, 1870 

M'Cowan, Thomas, 1 850 

M*Coy, John, . 1852 

'M'Cracken, John A. 1863 

H'Oracken, Joseph, 1868 

M'Oraith, Jeremiah, 1866 

M'Crea, Hugh M. . 1870 

'M'Orea, John, . 1853 



Qneea't 
CoUegtt. 

Belfast,x.i).1863,M.OH.1866. 

Bel&sU 

Bel&st, B.A.1864, if.A. 1865. 

£elfiEist,x.D. 1874,ii.0H.1874, 

Dip. Mid. 1874. 
Bel&st, B.A. 1854. 
Ghdway and Belfast, h.d. 

1871, M.CH. 1871. 
aalway,2nd Med. Ex.1866. 
Gkdway and Belfast. 
Galway, h.d. 1869. 
Belfast, 2nd Med. Ez.l867. 
Belfast and Cork, b.a. 1863. 
Belfast, B.A. 1873. 
Belfast, M.D. 1864. 
Belfast, B.A.1855,M.D. 1857, 

M.A. 1858. 
Belfast. 
Gblway. 
Galway, 1st Med. Ex. 1874. 

Galway. 

Galway, m.d. 1861. 

Belfast 

University of Aberdeen, ad 

eundem, 1863. 
Bel£ut, M.D. 1874, x.oh. 
1874, Dip. Mid. 1874. 
Cork, B.A. 1856. 

Cork, M.D. 1853. 

Belfast, B.A.1866,M.D.1870, 

M.OU. 1870. 
Belfast, B.A. 1873. 
Oork,M.i). 1870, M.OH. 1870. 
Belfost, 2nd Med. Ex. 1873. 
Bel&st, xj). 1858,B.A.1859, 

X.A. 1860. 



1 Army Medieal Service, bj eompetition. 

* NaTal Medical Serrice, bj competition. 

" Member of the Senate of the Qaeen's UniTemtj ; Soigeon to St* 
ThomM*! Hospital, London. 

* Late Profeoor of L<M;ic and Metephysics, Qneen^i CoUcfe, BellMt; 
Plresideot of the College of New Jersey, Princeton U.S. 



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MEMBERS OF THE DNIVERSITT. 



MatrionUtod 



Qndaatcd. 



M'Crea, Samuel, . 1860 
M'Creadj, OhriB.. M.A. = 



'H'Oreyey, James, . 1852 

*M'Cry8tal, Edward, 1861 

H'Oallagh,JohnW. 1859 

M'Oulloch, James, . 1868 

M'CuUouffh, RbtW. 1859 

M'Cally, James, . 1850 

M'Cully, James, . 1860 

M*CuUy,Wm.John, 1862 

M'Curdy, John, . 1863 

M'CutclieoD, James, 1865 

M'Cutcheon, Saml. . 1867 

•M'Dermot, Wm. L. 1858 

•M^Dermott, Brian, 1855 
M'Dermott, Cornelius, 1873 

M'Dennott, Dmk. L. 1 849 

M'Dermott, John, . 1861 

McDonald, Denis P. 1871 

'HacDonald, John A. 1860 

'MacDonnell,Anthy.P. 1860 
McDonnell, Denis, • 
McDonnell, John J. 
'McDonnell, Jas. O'M. 



McDonnell, Mark, . 
M'Donnell, Mark A. 
M'DonneU, Martin, A. 
M'Donnell, Patrick, 



1872 
1872 
1865 

1871 
1869 
1864 
1868 



Qii«en*t 
CoUec*. 

GaJway <fe Belfast, m.d. 1864. 
Uniyersity of Dublin, ad 
enndem, 1868. 



McDonnell, Robert, m.d. 
M'DonneU, Wm. . 1864 
^MaoDonall, Chas., ll.d. 

M'Douall, Henry, 1867 

1 Annj Medical Sanrice, by competition. 
' Nayal Medical Service, by compeUtion. 
' Civil Service of India, by competition. 
* Profeiaor of Greek, Queen's College, Belfast. 



Bel&st, M.D. 1857. 
Belfast, K.D. 1865. 
Belfast, B.A. 1867. 
Belfast, B.B. 1871. 

Belfast, B.A. 1863. 
Bel&^t^ B.A. 1855. 
Bel&st, v.D. 1864. 
Belfast &Qa] way, B. A. 1866. 
Belfast, Dip. £ng. 1866. 
Bel&st 
Belfast, M.D.1 872,x.OH.l 872, 

Dip. Mid. 1872. 
Cork, B.A. 1861, M.D. 1862. 
Galway, Ist Arts Ex. 1861. 
Gal way. 

Galway, b.a. 1853. 
Belfast, B.A. 1864, m.a. 1866. 
Cork, M.D. 1872, m.ch. 1872, 

Dip. Mid. 1872. 
Belfast^ M.D. 1863. 
Galway, b.a. 1864. 
Galway and Cork 
Galway. 
Galway, k.d. 1869, x.ch. 

1869. 
Galway. 

Galway, 2nd Med. Ex. 1873. 
Cork, M.D. 1870. 

Galway and Cork, 2nd Med. 

Ex. 1872. 
XTniv. Dublin, ad eun.,1864. 
Galway, 2nd Med. Ex 1867. 
University of Edinburgh, ad 

enndem, 1862, 
Belfast, B.A. 1873. 



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Matrionktod. 



H'EIwaiDe,AdamJ. 1870 

M'Eniry, David P. 1873 

M*Eniry, John, . 1871 

MTadden, Jas. H. 1863 

MacFarland, Geo. . 1859 

M'Farland, John H. 1868 

M<FarlaDe,Chas.Ja8. 1 871 

M*Farlane,Geo. The. 1859 

MTarlane, Robert A. 1862 

»M'aaw, Joseph T. . 1854 

Magaw, Robert T. 1873 

^Macgill, Edward, . 1853 

M*Geagh,Wmiam, . 1872 

M'George, Thomas, J 870 

M'Glinchj, Chu. E. 1868 

M'Gloin, Patrick F, 1858 

M'Gowan, Henry A. 1871 
M'Qowan, William, 1863 

M'Granahan, William, 1873 

M*Harry, Hugh, . 1866 

M'Hugh, John B. . 1868 

Mllyeen, John, . 1865 

Mllroj, John, . 1870 
Macll wai ne,Sydney 

W 1873 

Mlver, William, ! 1870 

M«Ivor, Robert, . 1872 

Macintosh, John & 1857 

<M<Kane,John, • 1855 

^M'Eean, Edward, 1862 Belfast, 

H'Eee, Daniel, « 1868 Bel&st, 

M'Eee, James A. T. 1861 Belfast, 

M'Eee, James M. . 1872 Bel&st 

M'Eee,John, . 1873 Galway. 

> Ph>reHor of Logic, Belles Lettres, and Blietorie, Magee College, Deny. 
' Ann^ Medieal Senriee, by competition. 

* Bamngton Lecturer. Formerly Examiner in Jnriipradenee and 
PoUtical Economy, Qoeen*i UniTernty. 

* CooiuUr Service, China, by competition. 



Sr4i <»~*-**^- 

Bel&st, B.A. 1874. 

Cork. 

Cork. 

Cork, Ist Arts Ex. 1865. 

Belfast, B.A. 1864. 

Belfast, B.A. 1871, m.a. 1872. 

Galwaj and Belfast. 

Cork, Dip. Eng. 1861. 

Galway,B.A. 1867,M.A. 1869. 

Belfast, B.A. 1861. 

Galway. 

Belfast, M.D. 1854. 

Belfast, 2ud Med. Ex. 1874. 

Belfast 

Belfast, M.D. 1873. 

Galway, m.d. 1863, v.oh. 

1865. 
Belfast. 
Belfast, B.A. 1867, v.b. 

1871, M.OH. 1871. 
Galwair 

Belfast, 2nd Med. Ex. 1870. 
Belfast, B.A. 1870. 
Galway, b.a. 1868. 
Belfast and Galway. 

Belfast, Ist Med. Ex 1874. 
Belfast, V.D.1874, Dip. Mid. 

1874. 
Belfast, 2nd Med. Ex. 1874. 
Belfast, B.A. 1860. 
Belfast <fe Galway, b.a. 1860, 
V.A. 1862. 



B.A. 1865. 
B.E. 1871. 
B.A. 1865. 



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152 



MEMBBB8 OF TUE UMVSB8ITT. 



Nabiw. 



M'Eee, Robert, 
M'Kee, Samuel, 



lUtrioulatod. 

. 1867 
. 1866 



M'Kellar, Alex.OberUn,l 867 

M'Kenzie, John, . 1858 

MaoKenzie, Joseph, 1860 

Mackenzie, Hatw. B. 1863 

M*K€own, David, . 1873 

M'Eeown, James, . 1872 

M'Keown, John, . 1873 

M'Eeown.Wm.Alex. 1865 

M^Kej, David, . 1864 

»M*Kinney, Hugh G. 1864 

M'Einney,SamI. J.B. 1866 

M'Kinstry, Joseph, 1863 

M'Knight, Roger B. 1863 

Macloskie, George, 1854 

M'Louglin, Thomas, 1870 
McLean, John, B.A, = 



McLean, William, . 1873 

M'Leavy, George B. 1871 

•M*Mahon,Qeorge Y. 1849 



M'Mahon, Michael, 1859 

>M'Mahon, WiUiam, 1856 
M'Manus, Jas. H., m.d. = 

M'Master, James, . 1868 

M'Master, James, . 1873 

M'Master, B. D. . 1871 

M'Math, Alexander, 1852 

M'Meekin, James, . 1864 

M'MiUan, John, . 1872 



Belfast, B.A. 1871, m.a.1872. 

Belfe8t,M,D. 1 872,M.cii.l 872, 
Dip. Mid. 1872. 

Belfast,x.D.1869,]f.OH.1869. 

Belfast and Galway, b.a. 
1865, M.A. 1871. 

Belfast, K.D. 1863. 

Bel&st,B.A. 1866, M.D. 1869. 

Belfast. 

Belfast. 

Belfast. 

Belfast, K.D.1869,M.OH.1869. 

Belfast, 2nd Med. Ex. 1866. 

Belfast and Galway, Dip. 
Eng. 1867. 

Galway, b.a, 1870, Ist Med. 
Ex. 1874. 

Belfast, B.A. 1866. 

Belfast, B.A. 1868. 

Belfast, B.A. 1857,M.A. 1858. 

Belfast, 2nd Med. Ex. 1872. 

Belfast, Univ. of Dublin, ad 
eundem,1874,LL.B.1874y 
Dip. Elem. Law, 1874. 

Cork. 

Belfiast, Ist Arts Ex. 1874. 

Galway, Bel£ELst, and Cork» 
B.A. 1852, Diploma Ele- 
mentary Law, 1852,M.A. 
1860. 

Galway, 2nd Med. Ex.1866. 

Galway, M.D. 1862. 

Aberdeen, ad eundem, 1858. 

Bel&st, B.A.1871, K.A. 1873. 

Galway. 

Belfast, 2nd Med. Ex. 1873. 

Bel&st, M.D. 1854. 

Belfiist,2nd Med. Ex. 1867. 

Galway, Ist Arts Ex. 1874. 



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MSMBESS or THE DNITSRSITT. 



153 



McMillan, Hugh, . 

'M'Minn, Chas. W. . 
»M'Mordie,Darid, . 
M'M ordie, Elijah, • 



lairieiilatod. 

. 1871 



1855 
1863 
1869 

1863 



M'Mordie, Hans, 
M*Mordie, Jno. Androwl 87 1 
M'Mordie,Robt.Ja8. 1866 
M'Mordie, William, 1862 
M'Mordie, Wm. K. 1863 
M'Mallaii,.S. James, 1858 
M'Mallen, J.AIex.,B.A. = 

M<Mullen, Miohl. J.' 1872 
M'Munn, John Alex. 1873 
M'Murtry,Alex,H.H. 1860 
M*Murtry, David H. 1849 
Macnab, Edw. Scott, 1869 
Macneece,Thos. Fred. 1873 
'M'NaUy,0hri8.John, 1869 

M'Namara, Edward, 1850 
M'Namara, James T. 1870 

'M'Namara, Jas. John, 1865 
M^amara, John, . 1871 
M'Namara, John W. 1 870 
M'Namara, Joseph 0. 1871 
M'Namara, Patrick J. 1869 
M'Namara^ Wm. . 1872 

WNamara, Wm. H. 1863 
H'NeiU, James, . 1859 
M'Neill, James A. • 
M*Neily,Alex.J.W, 
M'Ninch, Jas. Watt, 

^M'Parhind, John, • 



Oal-andBelfl M.D.1873,]f.OH. 

1873, Dip. Mid. 1873. 
Belfast, B.A. 1858. 
Bel&st, B.B. 1868. 
Belfast <& Qalwaj, b.a. 1873, 

M.A. 1874. 
Belfast, b.a. 1867, m. a. 1868. 
Belfast, Ist Arts Ex. 1874. 
Belfast, B.A. 1870. 
Belfast, B.A. 1866, m.a. 1867. 
Belfast, M.D. 1868. 
Belfast, B.A. 1863, m.a. 1864. 
University of London, ad 

eundem, m.a. 1867. 
Cork. 
Belfast. 

Belfast,H.D.186 i,M.Gn.l865. 
Belfast, B.A.18d2,H.A. 1853. 
Cork, B.A. 1873. 

Belfast, 1st Med. Ex. 1874. 
Galwayand Cork, m.d. 1871^ 

M.OH. 1871. 
Cork, B.A. 1853. 

Galway, 2nd Med. Ex. 1874. 



1873 
1860 
1871 
1851 



Cork, 

Galway. 

Galway, 

(Jalway, 

Cork, 

Galway. 

Cork, 

Belfast, 

Belfast. 

Belf&st, 

Belfast, 



M.D. 1869. 

B.A. 1873. 
B.A. 1874. 
M.D. 1872. 

M.D. 1867. 
B.A. 1863. 



1st Arts Ex. 1863. 
B.A. 1874. 
Belfiist, B.A. 1856, m.a. 1858, 
LL.B. 1859. 

M'Qoaid, Peter J. 1862 Belfast <fe Galway, m.d. 1872, 

1I.0H. 1872. 

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' JBngineer, Public Works of India, br eompotition. 

* Anny Medical Sendee, bj competition. 

* Laio fiamngton Lecturer. 

n3 



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154 



MSMBBRS OF THB UNIVBRSITT. 



NaoBM. 



Matrieaktod. 



GndoAted. 



»M«heeliy,Edwd.L. 1854 

M'Swiney, Bug. V, 1859 

•M'Swiney, John, . 1860 

M'Swiney, John, . 1873 

M'Swiney, Morgan A. 1873 

M'Swiney, Morgan, 1873 

M'Swinney, Oeo.H. 1865 

«M^Swinney,Ilobt. F. 1863 



^M'Wattera, Ge^e, 1857 
M^Williams, Wm. 

Nicholson, . 1873 

Madden, Henry M. 1868 

Madden, Henry M. 1858 

l^adden, Henry J. . 1864 

^Madden, Henry John, 1868 

Madden, Thomas P. 1873 

Madden, Wm. F. . 1856 

^Madders, Henry J. 1868 

Madill, Thomaa, • 1857 

Magill, Charles, . 1872 

Magill, DaWd, . 1865 

*MagiU, James, . 1866 



Magill, James, . 1869 

l^ill, William, . 1864 

Magowan, James, • 1870 

Magrath, John, Lend. 

3Iagnire, Daniel, • 1870 

Hagairo, Edward, . 1851 

Magnire, Thomas M. 1864 



Q«6«ll*l 

CoUeg*. 

Cork, aLD. 1856, v.oh. 1866. 

Cork, X.D. 1863. 

Cork, • B.A. 1863. 

Qalway. 

Cork. 

Cork, 

Galway, ii.d. 1871, ilcb. 

1871. 
Qalway,B.A. 1866,M.A.1868. 

Dip. EL Law, 1869, ll.b. 

1870. 
Belfast, B.A. 1860. 

BelfusU 

Cork, 1st Med. Ex. 1874. 

Gal., ii.D. 1868, M.CH. 1870. 

Galway, m.d. 1865. 

Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1870. 

Galway. 

Cork, let Eng. Ex. 1862. 

Cork, M.D. 1872, Dip. Mid. 

1872. 
Galway, b.a. 1861. 
Bel&st, 2nd Med. Ex. 1874. 
Belfast, B.A. 1869. 
Cork, b A. 1869, m.d. 1871, 

M.OU. 1871, Dip. Mid. 

1874. 
Belfast 

Belfast, 2nd Med. Ex. 1867. 
Belfiist, B.A. 1874. 
Bel&st, M.D. 1872. 
Galway,2nd Med. Ex. 1873. 
Galway, b.a.1854 ,2nd Med. 

Ex. 1858. 
Galway, B.A. 1867,m.a.1870, 

LL.B. 1870, LL.I). 1874. 



' Annj M«dical Service, by competition. 

• Fint Law Stadentahip, Inns of Court, London, 1871. 
' Civil Service of IndU, by competition. 

4 Navml Medical Senrice, by competition. 

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M£MB£US OP TU£ UN1V£BSITT. 



155 



Maber,NewenhamE. 1860 

MahoD, John, • 1873 

Mahon, Thomas, . 1871 

Mahonj, John, . 1849 

Mahony, Percy, . 1872 

Malcomson, John A. 1867 

Malone, John, • 1864 

Malone, Michael J. 1869 

Mansfield, Edward, 1859 

1 Mansfield, Pierce, . 1851 

'Mapother, Ed wd. D. 1 856 

'Marcell, James, . 1862 

Mark, Jacob, . . 1853 

Mark, Joseph, . 1866 

Marks, C. Ferdinand, 1870 
Marks, Edward Q.E. 1871 

Marmion, Thos. H. 1856 

Marshall, John, . 1864 



Oalway, X.D. 1866. 

Galway. 

Gal way. 

Cork and Galway, b.a. 1854. 

Cork. 

Belf&Biy M.i>. 1872, Dip. Mid. 
1872, M.oe. 1873. 

Galway, 2nd Med. Ex. 1866. 

Cork, M.D. 1872. 

Cork, Dip. Eng. 1861. 

Cork, B.L. 1854, m.i>. 1859, 
X.OU. 1866. 

Galway, M.n. 1857. 

Cork, B.A. 1865. 

Belfast, B.A. 1857. 

Belfiist, M.i>. 1871. 

Galway, h.d. 1874. 

Galway, 2nd Med. Ex. 1874. 

Cork, Dip. Eng. 1858. 

Belfiist, Galway, and Cork, 
B.A. 1867, M.A. 1869, 
M.D. 1870, iLCH. 1870. 

Cork, Dip. El. Law, 1861. 

Cork, B.A. 1868, m.i). 1869, 
M.OH. 1869. 

Cork, 1st Eng. Ex. 1866. 

Belfast, B.A. 1866,M.A.1868, 
X.D. 1871, M.OH. 1871. 

Cork, 1st Eng. Ex. 1866. 

Belfast andGalway,B.B. 1868 

Galway,M.D.1868,M.GH.1868 

Cork and Galway. 

Cork, aLD. 1867, m.oh. 1867. 

Cork, lstArtsEx.1862. 

Belfast, 2nd Med. Ex. 1874. 

1 Nay»l Medical S«nrie«, bj compatition. 

' Pr^iMBor of Anatomy and PhTuology, Royal Collage of Sargeoni, 
Ireland ; Surgeon to St. Vincent ■ Uoepital ; fonnerly Examiner in 
Soneiy, Qneen^i UniTenity. 

• CitU Sernee of India, tj eompetttion. 

• Army Medical Sendee, by competition. 

• engineer, Pnblie Works of India, by oompetitioii. 

• Snrreyorihip, T 



ManhaU,JolinE. . 


1855 


«Martin, Daniel N. . 


1859 


'Martin, Fianois, . 


1862 


Martin, James, 


1862 


Martin, James B. . 


1863 


*MarUn, Jas. HaU, . 


1864 


Martin, John W. . 


1863 


Martin, John, 


1866 


Martin, P. B. 


1863 


Martin, Biohard M. 


1859 


Martin, Samuel D. 


1870 



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156 



MEMSSB8 OF THX UNIVBBSITr. 



Martin, SamLEdgar^ 1868 

Martin, William, . 1871 

Martin, Wm. Thos. 1856 

Martin, Wm. Todd, 1855 

Mason, William, . 1851 

Massy, George Hugh, 1867 
Mateer,WalterOilbert,1873 

Mathews, James, . 1873 

Matthews, Thomas, 1873 

Matthews, William, 1863 

3Maansell, Charles A. 1861 

Maunsell, £dw. L. . 1872 

Maaosell, John, . 1866 

Maxwell Wm. John, 1866 

Maxwell, Wm.Henrj, 1869 

May, William G. . 1856 

Maybin, William, . 1860 

Maybury, Aurelios Lond. 

Victor, 

Maybury, Horace M. Lond. 

Maybu ry , Lysander, 1873 

Maybury, Wm. A. 1870 



Meares, Robert, 
Meeke, James, 
Meeke, James, 
Meeke, Moses, 
Megarry, James, 

Megarry, James, 
Megarry, Jno. Wesley 
Meharry, John B. 
Mercer, Thomas, 
*Meric, Eugene de, 
Merrick, A. Stewart^ 
Miles, George F. 
Miles, John M. 
MiU, John Francis, 



1853 
1858 
1868 
1864 
1866 

1869 
1873 
1863 
1864 
1864 
1861 
1871 
1863 
1873 



Qnara's 
College. 

Belfast, B.A. 1872,M.A.1873', 

M.D. 1874. 
Bel£ELst. 

Galway,B.A.l 859, M.D.I 862. 
Bdfast^B.A. 1859, m.a.1860. 
Galway, Dip. El. Law, 1855. 
fiel^t, B.E. 1870. 
Belfast. 

Belfast, 1st Med. Ex. 1874. 
Belfast. 

Galway, Ist Arts Ex. 1868. 
Galway, m.d. 1862. 
Galway. 

Belfast, M.D. 1870. 
Belfe8t,B.A. 1870,M.A. 1872* 
Galway, b.a.1872, m.a.1874. 
Galway, b.a. 1859. 
Belfast, B.A. 1873. 
Cork, M.D. 1873, m.oh. 1873,. 

Dip. Mid. 1873. 
Belfast,M.D.l 872, m.oh.1 872, 

Dip. Mid. 1872. 
Galway, 1st Med. Ex. 1874. 
Galway, m.d. 1871, m.oh. 
1871, Dip. Mid. 1872. 
Belfast, B.A. 1857. 
Belfast, B.A. 1862. 

Belfast, B.A. 1872, m.a. 1874. 
Belfast, B.A. 1868,M.A. 1869. 
Belfast, B.A. 1869, m.a. 1870, 

LTi.B. 1872, LL.D. 1673. 

BelfsBs't Sl Galway, b.a. 1872. 
Bel&st, 1st Med. Ex. 1874. 
Belfiskst and Galway,B.A. 1868 
Bel£ut. B.B. 1868. 
Galway, 2nd Med. Ex.1866. 
Oork, M.D. 1869. 

Cork. 

Cork, 2Dd Med. Ex. 1867. 
Bei£ust 



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HUtMBEBS OF THE UNIVEUSII'V. 



157 



2fMB«f. 



Hillary Adam, 
Millar, Alex. P. 



Msliioaktod. 

. 1873 
• 1865 



Millar, James, • 1862 

Millar, James WQ. 1869 

Millar, John, . 1872 

^Millar, John Bell, . 1864 

'Millar, Joseph A. . 1852 

Millar, Sml. Dundee, 1861 

MiUer, Alfred H. . 1869 

Miller, Alfred H. . 1873 

Miller, William Val. 1870 

Milliken, John, . 1872 

Milliken, Robert, . 1*859 

Milling, James, • 1852 

Milling, Robert a. . Edin. 

Mills, John W. . 1863 

Mills, Samuel, • 1859 

Mil ward, Edwin 0. 1870 

Milward, Geo. Kobt. 1 868 

Milward, Wm. H. . 1865 



Minniken, John, . 
Miskelly, James, . 
Mitchell, James, . 
Mitchell, James, 
Mitchell, Robert, • 
Mitchell, Robert, . 
"Mitchell, Robert J. . 
Moffett, Samuel, 
«Moffett, Thomas, lIi.i>. 
Mogee, Alexander, . 
Molloy, Patrick J. . 



1873 
1864 
1862 
1868 
1866 
1873 
1851 
1863 

1868 
1851 

> RojftI EnginMn,by competidon. 
" " nt Prof '^ . - " 



Qa«en*a 
Colkg*. 

Belfast. 
Belfast, 



Ondutod. 



Jl.i>. 



Belfast, 



1st Arts Ex. 1864. 
B.A. 1858. 



1869, M.OH. 
1867. 
B.A. 1868. 
Bel&st» Ist Arts Ex. 1873. 
Belfast. 

Belfast, fi.B. 1868. 
Belfast, B.A. 1855. 
Belfast,u.i).1865,M.CH. 1 SG5. 
Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1873. 
Cork, Ist Med. Ex. 1874. 
Cork, aB. 1874. 

Bel&st 
Belfast, 
Belfast, 
Belfast. 

Cork, B.A. 1866. 

Qalwa7,B.A. 1862, 2Dd Med. 

Ex. 1867. 
Galway, b.a. 1873. 
Galway, 1st Arts Ex. 1871^ 
IstEng. Ex.1871. 
Cork and Galway, 2n,d Med. 

Ex. 1872. 
Ghdway. 

Belfast, B.A. 1868. 
Bel^t, B.A. 1866. 
Galway and Belfast 
Galway & Belfast^ b.a. 1870. 
Galway. 

Galway, b.a.1854,m.a.1861. 
Galway, b.a. 1867. 
TJniver. of Dub. ad eun.1861 
Belfast, B.A. 1873. 
Cork, M.D. 1853. 



• Awbtaat Professor, Owen*8 College, Manchester. 

• Late Inspector of National Schools, by competition; formerly As- 
tronomical Assistant in the Obserratory of the Earl of Bosse; Inspector, 
Segistrar-Oeaeral*s Office, Ireland. 

• Member of the Senate of the Qaeen's University, Professor of History, 
En^sh Literature, and Mental Seien^e, Queen*B College, Qalway ; Regis- 
trar, Qoaen's College, Galway. 



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\oH 



JUKMUCRS OF THE UNIVERSITY. 



Namflt. 

Molloj, William y 



MatrieaUtod 
1867 



Molohan, John P. . 1873 

Moloney, Henry, . 1870 

Moloney,Jno.Cotter, 1861 

Moloney, Michael, . 1864 

Molony, Cornelius, 1872 

Molony, John, • 1871 

Molony, John S. . 1871 

Molony, Timothy, . 1867 

Molyneux, Echlin, . 1859 

Monahan,Tho8 1868 

^Mongan, James, • 1849 

^Monroe, John, . 1854 



Monroe, Samuel H. 1870 
Monteath, David 

Taylor, . .1873 

*Monteath, James, . 1863 
Monteath, John 

Johnston, . . 1873 

Monteath, Joseph J. 1861 

Montgomery, Hagh, 1871 

Montgomery, Saml. 1870 

Moody, George, . 1861 

Moody, Joseph W. 1 866 

Moody, Samuel, . 1860 

Moon, James B. • 1866 

Moore, Darid Raphl. 1865 

Moore, Edward H. 1873 

Moore, George H. . 1860 

Moore, Geo. Lowry, 1 867 

Moore, George B. • 1853 

Moore, James R. . 1862 

Moore, James W. • 1872 



Belfast and Cork, m.d. 1872, 
M.OH. 1873, Dip. Mid. 1873. 
Gal way. 

Galway, ra. 1873. 
Galway, Ist Arts Ex. 1865. 
Cork, B.A. 1867, x.a. 1869. 
Cork. 

Cork, B.A. 1874. 

Galway, b.a. 1874. 
Cork and Galway, ii.d. 1872, 

H.OH. 1872. 
Bel&st, Dip. Eng. 1861. 
Galway and Belfieist. 
Cork, B.A. 1852. 

Galway, B. A. 1857, m.a.1859. 
Dip. El. Law, 1861, 
LL.B. 1862. 
Belfast dc Galway, B.A. 1873. 

Bel&st 

Belfast, B.A. 1867, x.a. 1868. 

Belfast. 

Belfast, M.D. 1867. 

Belfast, Ist Med. Ex. 1874. 

Belfast 

Bel&st, B.A. 1864, u.a.1865. 

Bel&st and Galway. 

Galway, B.A. 1863. 

Galway, b.e. 1870. 

Belfast, B.A. 1869. 

Galway, 1st Med. Ex. 1874. 

Cork, Ist Eng. Ex. 1862. 

Belfast, B.A. 1872. 

Belfiist, B.A.1857,x.A.1858. 

Belfast, B.A. 1867. 

Belfast 



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MSMB£R8 OF THE UNIVERSITY. 



159 



Nunu. Ifatriealfttad. 

.Moore, Johu^ . . 1850 
Moore, John Ohas. • 1860 
Moore, John H. . 1854 



Moore, Robert, 



1869 



Moore, William, . 1862 

Moore, William, . 1864 

Moore, W.H.Dobbin, 1861 

Moorehead, James, 1868 

Moorehead, John, . 1850 

Moorehead, EobertL., 1856 
Moorehead, Wm. B. 1862 

Moorhead, J. Nesbitt, 1864 
Moran, James, • 1866 



Moran, John, 



1867 



Moran, John, • 1869 

Moran, William, • 1871 

Morell, Chas. Lncas, 1873 

Morell, James, . 1865 

Morgan, Henry H. 1849 

^Morgan, Hickman, 1860 

^Morgan, Rosslewin, 1860 

Morgan, William 0. 1873 
Moriarty,ManriceW.S.1864 

'Moriartj, Thos. B. 1854 

Morony, Henry V.L. 1872 

Morrell, Robt. John, 1873 

Morris, George Jph. 1868 

Morris, James, • 1873 

Morris, John James, 1869 

Morris, MichL OX 1850 

Morris, Richard H. 1873 



Oimdiwti)d. 



Queen*! 
> CoUege. 

BeUist, M.D. 1852. 
Belfast, B.A. 1864. 
Belfast & Galway, b.a. 1858, 

]f.D. 1861. 
Belfast, B.A. 1872, ila. 1874, 

2nd Med. Ex. 1874. 
Belfast, B.A. 1867, M.A. 1868. 
Belfast, Dip. Eng. 1867. 
Belfa£t,fi.A. 1864, u.a. 1866. 
Ghtlway, b.a.1871, m.a.1872, 

2nd Med. Ex. 1874. 
Qalway& Belfast, b.a. 1855, 

M.D. 1856, M.A. 1857. 
Belfast, M.i>. 1861. 
Belfast, B.A. 1865,M.A. 1866, 

X.D. 1869. 
Belfast, 1st Arts Ex. 1867. 
Cork, B.K. 1869, m.d. 1873, 

u.oH. 1874, Dip. Mid. 

1874. 
Galway and Cork, b. a. 1870, 

x A. 1872 
Belfast, 1st Arts Ex. 1872. 
Belfast, 1st Arts Ex. 1874. 
Belfast. 

Belfast, B.A. 1869. 
Cork, B.A. 1852, 1C.A. 1853. 
Cork, H.D. 1866. 

Cork, M.D. 1867. 

Belfast. 

Cork, B.A. 1867. 

Cork, B.A. 1858, m.d. 1860. 
Cork and Bel&st 
Belfast 

Belfast, B.A. 1871. 
Galway. 
Galway, x.]>. 1873, Dip. Mid. 

1873, ii.ofl. 1874. 
Cork and Galway, b. a. 1854, 

x.i>. 1857, k.0H. 1865. 
Galway. 



I Army Medical Serrioe, bj oomp«titioii» 



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MEMBERS OF THE UMVfiBSITV. 



MatiioQUtsd. 



Qveen*« 
Golloge. 



Ondutod. 



MorrisoD, John, . 1865 

Morrogh, Joseph A. ) 849 

Morrow, John, • 1868 

Morrow, Robert, . 1864 

Morton, Andrew, • 1873 

Mossman, Robt A. 1873 

Monntaine, John, • 1867 

Mowll,Richard A. , 1866 

Moxly, Joseph H. L. Dab. 

Moylan, Michael J. 1870 

»Moynan,W.E.Bon8all, 1870 

Moynehan, John F. 1873 

Muir, William, . 1866 

Mulcahy, Peter, . 1863 

'Mulholland, Wm. . 1860 

Mullally, Michael, . 1868 

Mullan, Andrew, . 1857 

Mullan, David, . 1856 

Mullan, Bobt Alex. 1861 

Mallane, Jeremiah, 187'^ 

Mallane, Timothy, 1870 

Mnllen, Donglas, . 1868 

Mullen, Jarlath Jos. 1869 

"Mullen, St. Lawrence, 1862 

'Mullen,Tho8.Ffrench, 1860 

Mulligan, James, . 1864 

Mulligan, James, • 1865 

Mulligan, John Wats, 1859 

^Mulligan, Wm. Jno. 1854 

Mullin, James, • 1871 

Mnllins, Michael J. 1859 



Bel&st, B.A. 1869,M.A.187Q» 
Oork, B.A. 1854. 

Beliast, m.d. 1871. 
Belfast. B.JL. 1867. 
Belfast. 
Qalway. 

Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1869. 
Oork, M.D. 1868, x.oh. 1868. 
Belfast 

Gal way, b.a. 1873. 
Gal way, m.d. 1872, m.ch. 
1872, Dip. Mid. 1872. 
Cork. 

Bel£ast,B.A. 1869, m.a. 187L 
Cork, Dip. Eng. 1867. 
Galway, b.a. 1863. 
Galway,B.A.1871,M.A. 1873. 
Belfast, B.A. 1862, M. A. 1863. 

M.D. 1866. 
Belfast, B.A. 1861. 
Belfast, B.A. 1865. 
Cork, 1st Med. Ex. 1874. 
Cork,M.D. 1874, m.ch. 1874, 

Dip. Mid. 1874. 
Galway, m.d. 1872, m.ch. 

1873, Dip. Mid. 1873. 
Qalway, m.d. 1873, m.ch. 

1873, Dip. Mid. 1873. 
Galway,M.D.1868,M.0H.1868 
Gal way,MlD.1864,M,OH. 1865 
Belfast, 1st Arts Ex. 1868. 
Belfast <b Galway, b.a. 1869, 

M.A. 1871 

Belfast, M.D. 1 864,m.oh!i866. 
Belfast, B.A. 185a 
Galway, b.a. 1874. 
Oork, B.B. 1872. 



1 Armv Medical Service, by competition. 

' Bamnffton Lecturer. 

* Naval Medical Service, by competitioiL 

4 Second Place, Civil Service of India, 1858, by Mmpelitiai. 



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161 



NamM. 



Matiionlated. 



Halrennaoy John, • 1868 
Munro^ John H. . 1860 
Manro. J. Edwin G. 1868 
Munro,Michael Thos. 1867 
Monro, Robert John, 1867 
Mordock, Donald, . 1869 
Hurph J, Andrew 0. 1854 
Marphy, Edmund, . 18/)0 
Mnrpbj, Edmund, . 1870 
Murphy, Francis H. S. 1 872 
^Murphy, James E. 1863 
Marphy, Jeremiah E. 1866 
Murphy, John, . 1873 
Murphy,Jno.Howard, 1867 
Murphy, Michael E. 1865 
Murphy, Patrick, . 1863 
Murphy, W.G., . 1849 
•Murphy, WiUiamK. 1857 

'Murray, Chas. P. K. 1867 

Murray, Francis . 1872 

Murray, Henry B. . 1872 

Murray, John, ll.d. s= 

Murray, John J. G. 1872 

^Murray, William W. 186(5 

Murtagh, Edward J. 1872 

Mussen, Arthur, . 1859 

Nason, J. Harrison, 1861 

Nealon, William A. 1866 

•Nedwill, Courtney, 1 856 
Neely, G. Washington, 1867 

Neill, Channing, . 1871 

Neilson, Robert, . 1861 

Nelson, Edwin F. . 1851 

Nelson, Joseph, . 1858 

Nesbitt, John, . 1870 



Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1873. 
Bel^t, B.ii.1865. 

Belfast^ B.A. 1871. 
Belfast, 1C.D. 1874. 
Bel£ut, M.D. 1872. 
Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1870. 
Belfast,B.A. 1858,M.A. 1861. 
Cork, Dip. Agric. 1852. 
Belfast, 2nd Med. Ex. 1874. 
Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1874. 
Belfast, B.A. 1866, m.a. 1867. 
Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1870. 
Cork. 

Belfast, 1st Arts Ex. 1874. 
Gal way, 2nd Med. Ex. 1867. 
Cork,x.D. 1868, h.oh. 1868. 
Belhst, M.i>. 1852. 
Belfast, B. A. 1867,]f.D. 1871, 

M.CH. 1871. 
Galway, m.d. 1868. 
Belfast. 
Belfast 

Univ. of Dub.,adeun., 18G2. 
Belfast. 

Belfast, M D. 1869. 
Cork, M.D. 1873. 

.Belfast, H.D. 1863. 
Cork, M.D, 1869. 

Galway and Cork. 
Belfast, X.D.1860. 
Belfast, B.A. 1871. 
Belfast, 2nd Med. Ex. 1874. 
Bel&st, B.A. 1865. 
Belfast, iLD. 1866. 
Belfast, x.D. 1863. 
Belfast and Galway, 1st Art» 
Ex. 1872. 



> Civil Service of India, by competition. 

* Anny Medical Senrxce, by competition. 

• Naval Medical Service, vv competition. 

« ProfcMor of Materia Medica in Oellege of Phydoiana and Sargeona^ 
Baltimore. 



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MEMBERS OF THE URIVERSITT. 



Kamet. 



tf»tiifl«]atra< 



•Nesbitt, William, m.a. = 

Neville, Timothy, . 1865 

Neville, Thomas, . 1866 

Newburgh, Thomas, 1873 

^Newman, John H. • 1859 

Newsam, Wm. P. . 1864 

*New6ome, James C. 1863 

Nicholls, John Wm. 1865 

Niblock, James, . 1860 

^"icllol8on,Geo^JreP. 1873 

\^iffhtingale,Wltr.H. 1865 

Noble, John J. . 1849 

Nolan, Foster, . 1872 

Nolan, Robt. Howard, 1866 
Norris,EdwardHenry, 1864 

Norris, Patrick Jas. 1864 

'Norton, Bernard G. 1849 

Nunan, Francis, . 1862 

*NuttalJ, Chas. John, 1868 

•O'Brien, Barth. . 1864 

O'BrieD, Daniel, . 1865 

•O'Brien, Eugene R- 1859 

O'Brien, James, . 1861 

•O'Brien, James J. A. 1 863 

O'Brien, John, . 1850 

•O'Brien, Joseph H. 1864 

O'Brien, Julius M. • 1856 

^O'Brien, Michael, . 1860 

O'Brien, Michael, . 1871 

O'Brien, Patrick C. 1866 

O'Brien, Richard R. 1864 



Univ.of Dub.,adeun.,1861« 
Cork, B.A. 1870. 

Cork, M.D. 1874, m.oh. 1874, 

i;ip. Mid. 1874. 
Cork, 1st Med. Ex. 1874. 
Cork, 1C.D. 1865, h.ch. 1865. 
Cork, M.i>. 1868. 

Bel&st, B.A. 1866, H. A. 1867. 
Galway, m.d. 1873, m.oh. 

1873, Dip. Mid. 1873. 
Belfast^ B.A. 1864. 
Galway, 2nd Med. Ex. 1874. 
Galway, Ist Eng. Ex. 1867. 
Belfast, B.A. 1852. 
Belfast. Ist Eng. Ex. 1874. 
Belfast: B.B. 1869. 

Galway, 2nd Med. Ex. 1868. 
Galway, m.d. 1869. 
Cork and Galway, B. a. 1860. 
Cork, B.A. 1867, m.d. 1869. 
Belfast 

Cork, M.D.1872, m.oh. 1872. 
Galway, m.d. 1869, m.oh. 

1869. 
Cork, M.D. 1863. 

Cork, 1st Eng. Ex. 1862. 
Cork, MJ>. 1867, m.ch. 1867. 
Cork, B.A. 1853, m.a. 1854. 
Cork, B.A. 1868, m.a. 1869, 

M.D. 1870. 
Galway, Ist Arts Ex. 1863. 
Cork, B.A. 1863. 

Galway, 2nd Med. Ex.1873. 
Cork, M.D. 1871, M.OH. 1871. 
Cork, M.D. 1868, m.gh. 1868. 



1 Profetaor of LatiM, QneeD's CoUeg«, Belfast; bte Profenor of Qnek, 
<2a6en*8 College, Galiray. 

' Army Meaiad Service, br eompetitioii. 
' Consular Service, China, bj competition. 

* Engineer, Pablio Works, India, oy competition. 

• Late Judge of the Superior Coifft, British Qniana. 

^ Telegraph Service of India, first place by eompetition. 
7 Professor of English Literature, Imperial College, Pekin. 



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163 



CBryen, Tarlougb, 
(TBnen, William D. 
>0*Ga»aglian, F. L. . 
OaUaghaOy John, . 



)Utrio«Ut«d. 

1873 
1871 
1856 
1861 



QOMO'S 

CoUaco. 



OndoAted. 



0*Connell, Albert E. 1872 

0*GoDnell, James, . 1870 

•O'Connell Matt. W. 1864 

•O'ConneU, Philip, . 1849 

O'Connell, Patrick, . 1859 

(yCoimell, Patrick, . 1868 

O'CoDDor, AugQS. D. 1867 

O'Connor, Bernard, 1865 



^O'Connor, Daniel, . 1851 

Connor, Daniel P. 1873 

O'Connor, David W. 1866 

O'Connor, George, . 1871 

O'Connor, George A. 1 872 

O'Connor, John, . 1860 

O'Connor, JohnK. 1873 

O'Connor, Michl. R. 1871 

O'Connor, Patrick, . 1871 

O'Connor, Paul A. . 1866 
O'Connor, P. Fenelon, 1867 



O'Connor, Thos. P. 1863 

0'Connor,Watkin8R. 1865 

^O'Connor, Wm. A. . 1860 

•O'Connor, Wm. C. . 1853 



Belfast. 
Belfast, 
Bel£Eusty 



aConor,ATlwardO.B. 1861 
CConor, Bindon B. 1860 
O'Conor, Wm. Fred. 1862 

1 Engineer Public Works, Indift, bj competition. 

* Army Medical Service, by competition. 

* Inspector of National Schools. 

* Naval Medical Sendee, by competition. 
<Boyal fingineen^ by competition. 



Galway. 

Cork. 

Cork, Dip. Eng. 1858. 

Cork, B.A. 1865, 2nd Med. 

Ex. 1872. 
Cork, Ist Med. Ex. 1874. 
Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1873. 
Cork, M.D. 1869, h.oh. 1869. 
Cork, B.A. 1854. 

Cork, B.A. 1862. 

Cork, M.D. 1872, m.ch. 1872, 

Dip. Mid. 1872. 
Cork, 1I.D. 1869, m.oh. 1869. 
Cork, B.A. 1868, m.d. 1872, 
M.cH.1872,Dip.Mid. 
1872. 
Cork, M.D. 1866. 

Cork, l8t Med. Ex. 1874. 
Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1869. 
Galway, b.a. 1874. 
Galwaj. 

Cork, X.D. 1866, m.ou. 1866. 
Cork. 

Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1874. 
Galway, Ist Med. Ex. 1874. 
Galway, 1st Arts Ex. 1869. 
Galway, b.a. 1871, u.d. 

1874, iLOH. 1874, 

Dip. Mid. 1874. 
Galway & Cork, b.a. 1866, 

1C.A. 1873. 
Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1868. 
Cork, H.D. 1866, m.oh. 1866. 
Cork, B.A. 1857, h.a. 1858, 

Dip. Eng. 1858. 
B.A. 1864. 
B.A. 1865. 
B.A. 1865. 



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MEMBERS OF THE UNIVERSIXr. 



Nmmi. 



Mfttriaulatttd* 

1862 
1865 

1862 
1868 



Qaeen't 
Collcgo. 



Omduted* 



*Odling, Obae-Wm. 
•O'Donnell, Chaa. J. 
O'Donnell, Francis, 
^'DonDell, Thos. A. 
(yDonoghue, JamesJ. 1869 
0'DonoTaii,Eugene J. 1873 
*0'Dri8coll, Denis P. 1850 
•ODriscoll, John, . 1862 
•O'Dwyer, Thos. P. . 1859 
•OTarrell, Thomas, . 1857 

O'Peely, T. O'B. • 1850 



•OTlaherty,Thos.A. 1854 

O'Plyn, Denis B. . 1850 

O'Plyn, Denis J. . 1857 

•O'Grady. Jer. James, 1863 

0'Grady,Jer. Joseph, 1860 

•O'Halloiun, Wm. . 1849 

O'Hara, Charles, . 1850 

O'Hara, Daniel M. 1852 

O'Hara, Robert P. . 1867 

70'Hara, Thomas, . 1849 

O'Hare, Owen, . 1851 

•O'Keamey, Pras. R 1855 

'0*Keeffe, Comelins, 1850 

O'Eeeffe, Daniel, . 1864 

'O'Keeffe, Idattbias, 1849 



Galway, Dip. £ng. 1865. 
Qalway,B.A. 1 868, u.a. 1870. 
Galway,B.A. 1865,M.A. 1868. 
Cork, H.D. 1869, h.oh. 1870. 
Cork, B.A. 1873, m.a. 1874. 
Cork. 

Cork, B.A. 1854. 

Cork, Ist Arts Ex. 1866. 
Cork, M.D. 1862. 

Galway,B.A.1861,M.A.1863, 

1C.D. 1864. 
Galway, b.a. 1856, Dip. El. 

Law, 1856, ll.b. 1857^ 

LLvD. 1860. 

Cork, B.A. 1853, HJL. 1854, 
M.i>.1857. 

Cork, M.D. 1861. 

Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1864. 

Cork, B.A. 1864. 

Cork, B.A. 1852. 

Galway, Dip. Agric. 1855, 
B.A. 1860, M.D. 1865. 

Belfast, M.D. 1857. 

Galway, aA. 1873. 

Galway, Dip. Agric. 1852, 
B.A. 1860. 

Belfast, tf.D. 1855. 

Cork, M.D. 1860. 

Cork, Dip. Agric. 1852. 

Galway, 2nd Med. Ex.1867. 

Cork, B.A. 1852, m.a. 1853, 
1C.D. I860. 



1 En^eer, Pablie Worki, IndU, b^ eompetitioD. 
' Civil Sarviee of India, by competition, 
s Naval Medical Service, by competition. 

* Inspector of National Schools. 

ft Consular Service, China, by competition. 

6 Amy Medical Service, by competition. 

f Inspector of National Schools, by competition. 

* Assistant to Professor of Chemistry, Queen's College, Cork. 

* labrsiian, Queen's College, Cork. 



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165 



Ma«riev2fttwL 



O'Eeeffe, Menus W. 1873 

O'Keeffe, Patrick, . 1857 

0'Kee£Fe, William, . 1860 

O'Keeffe, William, . 1871 

O'Kelly, Joseph, . 1858 

^O'Kinealy, James, . 1864 

O'Kinealy, Michael, 1853 

O'Kinealy, Peter, . 1871 

Oldham, Thos. Herb. Dub. 

>0'Leary, Eugene F. 1852 

O'Leary, Richard, . 1852 

Oliver, Chas. Henry, 1 873 

Oliver, John R. . 1871 

O'Malley, Michael, 1864 

O'Meara, Patrick, 1852 

•O'Neill, George P. . 1855 

O'Neill, Henry, . 1861 

O'Neill, Henry, . 1870 

O'Neill, James, • 1865 

^O'Neill, John, . 1864 

O'Neill, Peter J. . 1869 

O'Neill, Richard P. 1862 

•Oram, John Earl, . 1865 

O'Regan, John, . 1856 

Orchard, William P. 1866 

Orpen, Arthur H. • 1852 

Orr, Adam, . . 1859 

Orr,Gawin, . . 1859 

Orr, John, . . 1873 

Orr, Robert J. . 1858 

Orr, Wm. Thomas, . 1872 

0'Reilly,WalterW.J. 1869 



Queen's 
College. 



Onduted. 



Oork. 

Cork, X.D. 1864, H.OH. 1865. 



B.A. 1863. 

M.D. 1862. 
B.A. 1858. 
Dip. Eng. 1855. 
B.A. 1874, 



Oork, 
Oork. 
Cork, 
Gal way, 
Gal way. 
Gal way, 
Belfast. 
Cork, M.D. 1870. 

Cork, B.A. 1855, m.a. 1857. 
Belfast. 

Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1874. 
Cork, H.D. 1868, h.gh. 1869. 
Cork, B.B. 1870. 

Galway, b.a.1858, 2nd Med. 
Ex. 1859, M.A. 1862, 
Cork, .Dip. Eng. 1864. 
Belfast, Ist Med. Ex. 1874. 
Belfast, b.a.1871,m.a.1874. 
Cork, M.D. 1870, M.CH. 1870. 
Galway, b.a. 1872, 
Cork, B.A. 1866, 2nd Med. 

Ex. 1869. 
Galway, b.b. 1868. 
Cork, B.A. 1860, ll.b. I860. 
Belfast, B.B. 1869. 
Cork, B.A. 1856. 

Cork, M.D. 1862. 

BelfejBt, M.D. 1864. 
Belfast. 

Cork, B.A. 1861, M.A. 1862. 
Belfast, 1st Arts Ex. 1874. 
Galway, m.d. 1870, m.oh. 
1871. 



> Civil Service of InHia, hj eompetitioo. 

* Army Medical Service, bv competition. 

* Inipector of National ScoooIb, dj competition. 
^ Navil Medical Service, hj competition. 

( ProfesMr of Mathematical Science and Engineering, King • College 
University, Windior, Nova Scotia. 



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MSMBBB8 OF THB UNIVBX8ITT. 



IfatrlonlAted. 



O'Rjrau, Owen, 
O'RyaD, William, . 
Oebdrne, Cecil A. P. 
Osborne, John, 
O'Shanghnesay.J.P.A. 
O'Sallivan, Ohristr. 
0'Sulliyan,DanielJ. 
O^Salliran, Jerome £• 
O'Sallivan, John, . 
O'Sulliran, Joseph, . 
O'Sullivan, Manrice, 
0*Sullivan, Michael, 
O'Sullivan, MichlU. 
O'SuUivan, Patk. J. 
O'SuUivan, Stephen, 
*0'Sallivan, Thomas, 



Ottley, John, 
Owen, Simeon H. 

Padin, Thomas, 
•Page, William, 
•Palmer, Dean P. 
'Palmer, Edmund T< 
•Park, John, 

Park, John P. 

Park, William, 

Parke, Darid, 
*Parke, David R. 

Parke, Robt. Cooper, 

Parke, Samael, 

Pku-ker, James D. 

Parker, Joseph, 
Parker, J. Wm. 



852 
873 
872 
872 
868 
871 
871 
872 
871 
868 
871 
871 
872 
871 
858 
863 

873 



860 
849 
863 
860 
856 
871 
860 
872 
856 
864 
864 

857 { 

870 
870 



Ondwttd. 
B.A. 1858. 



Goll«ge. 

Cork, 

Cork. 

Cork. 

Cork. 

Qalway, 1st Arts Ex. 1871. 

Cork. 

2nd Med. Ex. 1873. 
1st Med. Ex. 1874. 



2nd Med. Ex. 1871. 
2nd Med. Ex. 1873. 



Cork, 

Cork, 

Cork. 

Cork, 

Cork, 

Cork. 

Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1874. 

Gal way, 2nd Med. Ex. 1874. 

Cork, M.D. 1 862, x.oh. 1 865. 

Qalway, x.d. 1869, v.oh. 

1869. 
Cork. 
Belfast, M.D. 1872, Dip.Mid. 

1872- 
Galway, B.A. 1864. 
Cork, B.A.1853. 

Galway, m.d. 1864. 
Cork, B.A. 1855, m.a. 1857. 
Bel&st, B.A. 1862, h.a. 1863. 
Belfast, 2nd Med. Ex.1873. 
Bel&st, B.A. 1864, mjl. 1865 
Belfast, 1st Arts Ex. 1874. 
Belfiist, B. A. 1859. 
Bel&st, 2nd Med Ex. 1867. 
Belfast, U.D. 1866. 
Belfiist, 1 "-^-^l^^ ^'^\?h 
^'way, f ^^d', ,864. 
Galway,iLi).1874,M.OH.1874 
Galway, 1st Arts Ex. 1874. 



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* Army Medical Service, hj competition. 

s Profeasor of Lone and Metaphynca, Qaeen'i College, Belfaat. 

* (Svil Service of India, bj competition. 



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167 



NUDM. 



'Parkes, Benjamin, • 
Parkinson, Geo. G. 
Parks, John M. 
Parr, J. P.Fitzgerald, 
Patrick, James F. • 
Patrick, Josias W. 
Patterson, James, . 
Patterson, Thomas, 

I'atterson, William, 
Patterson, William, 
Patton, Alexander, 
Patton,. Alfred, 
Patton, Samuel, 
Paul, Henry 0. 
Payne, Somers H. • 
Payne, Thomas H. 
Pearson, Charles G., 
Pear8on,Christopher, 

'Pearson, William, • 
Pedlow, James, 
Pedlow, William, . 
Pegam, Thomas, . 
Penherthy, John H. 
Pennell, William J. 
Penny, J. W. W. D.CL. 
Percy, GervaseBobt, 
Perrier, Anthony, • 
Perrier, William D. 
Perrott, William, . 
Perry, James, • 
Perry, John, • • 
Persse, WiUiam D. . 
Peterson, Richard A. 
Pettigrew, Francis, 
Phillips, Edward, . 
Phillips;, Samnel, . 
Phillips, John Gillis, 



Matrienlfttod. 
866 

871 
863 
869 
851 



Qhmb's 
College. 



OndoAtMt. 



869 

,865 

864 
871 
860 
857 
854 
870 
872 
870 
873 
868 

867 
871 
873 
863 
864 
872 

873 
861 
871 
862 
869 
868 
862 
867 
850 
870 
870 
868 



Cork, B.B. 1869. 

Bel&st, B.A. 1874. 
Cork, B.A. 1870. 

Belfast, 2nd Med. Ex. 1873* 
Belfiisi, X.D. 1852. 

= 2nd Med. Ex. 1865. 
Gal way and Belfast. 
Belfast, B.A. 1869, m.d.1872, 
M.OH. 1872, Dip. Mid. 1872. 
Belfast, B.A. 1871. 
Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1874. 
Belfast, B.A. 1864,tf.A. 1865. 
Belfast, 2ud Med. Ex. 186K 
Belfast, B.A. 1857, M.A. 1858. 
Cork. 
Cork. 

Galway and BelfiEist. 
Cork. 

Cork, B.A. 1872, icA. 1873, 
2nd Med. Ex. 1873. 
Cork,H.D. 1873, m.oh. 1873. 
Belfast, 2nd Med. Ex. 1873. 
Bel&st 

Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1866. 
Belfast, M.D. 1867. 
Belfast, 1st Arts Ex. 1874. 
Uniy. of DQr.,ad eun., 1869. 
Belfast, 1st Med. Ex. 1874. 
Cork, 1st Arts Ex. 1864. 
Cork. 

Cork, Dip. Eng. 1865. 
Belfast, B.B. 1873. 
Bel^ B.E. 1870. 
Galway, 1st Arts Ex. 1864. 
Galway, x.d. 1868. 
Belfast, B.A. 1855. 
Galway, 2nd Med. Ex.1873. 
Cork, Ist Med. Ex. 1874. 
Bel&st, B.A. 1873. 



1 PifOi PlsM, Cooper^B Hill College for Induui Engi neering Serrioe, 187K 
* Naval Medical Serrioe, by competition. 



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ICBMBSBS OF THE UNIVEBSITT. 



NtHUM. 



Pierce, Frederick M. 
Plaine, Thomas, 
Plowman, Obarles, 
Plumer, Chas. Jas. 
Pollock, Norman, . 



1867 
1849 
1865 
1871 
1869 



Pooler, Tamer W. . 1874 

Popham John P. . 1847 

Popham, Thos. D. . 1871 

■Porter, Alexander, 1860 

*Porter, Andrew M. 1853 

Porter, Angus M. . 1859 

•Porter, Francis K. . 1862 

Porter, Leslie A. S. 1870 

^Porter, John S. . 1854 

Potter, Robert, • 1857 

Powell, Caleb K. . 1868 

Powell, John, . 1852 

'Power, Pierce G. . 1855 

'Power, Robert V. . 1859 

Power, Thomas, . 1863 

Power, William D. 1869 

Prenderga8t,Patk.J. 1870 

Prenter, Samuel, . 1864 

Trice, Gordon, . 1864 

'Price, William, . 1863 

Pring, Arthur H. . 1872 

Pulvertaft, Robert, . 1862 

Purcell, Charles G. . 1863 

Purcell,FerdinandA. 1857 

Purcell, John, . 1873 

Purcell, Mathew A. 1859 

Pnrdon, Wm. P. C. 1862 

*Purefoy, John W. . 1863 

Pugh, Joseph Fras., 1869 

Pybus, John A., . 1873 

•Pye, Joseph P. . 1866 



Belfast, H.D. 1870. 
Belfiist, M.D. 1852. 
Cork, iLD. 1873,'m.oh. 1873. 
Belfast, H.D. 1874. 
Belfast, m.d.1874,m.oh.1874, 

Dip. Mid. 1874. 
Gal way, 2nd Med. Ex. 1874. 
Cork, B.A. 1860. m.a. 1861. 
Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1873. 
Belfast, M.D. 1864. 
Belfast, B.A. 1856. 
Belfast, H.D. 1864. 
Belfast, B.A. 1865. 
Belfast, B.A. 1873. 
Bel^t, B.A. 1858. 
Galway & Cork, h.d. 1862. 
Cork, M.D. 1873, m.ch. 1873. 
Galway, Ist Arts Ex. 1868. 
Cork, B.A. 1860, m.d. 1863. 
Cork, B.A. 1863, h.D. 1866. 
Cork. Ist Arts Ex. 1866. 
Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1874. 
Cork and Galway, 1st En^. 

Ex. 1872. 
Belfast, B.A. 1868. 
Belfast,M.D. 1868,H.OH.1868. 
Belfast, M.D.1868,H.OH.1868. 
Belfast. 

Cork, 1st Arts Ex. 1864. 
Cork, M.D. 1867, h.oh. 1868. 
Cork, M.D. 1863. 

Galway and Cork. 
Cork, Dip. Eng. 1862. 
Belfast, Dip. Eng. 1865. 
Galway, m.d. 1864* 
Belfast. 
Galway. 
Galway,M.D.1871,M.oa.l871 



^ Army Medieal SerriM, hj competitioii. 

1 Q.C. BarringtoB Leetarar, 1861, b^ competition. 

B Conmlar Service. China, bj com]>etition. 

* C\yi\ Swrice of India, br oompetition. 

• ProliMaor of Materia Mediea, QQeen*8 College, Galimy. 



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169 



Vuam. MatitealaUid. 


Pyper, James, 


1864 


^Quarry, William, . 


1859 


Qnayle, William A. 


1871 


Quinn, Martin, 


1855 


QaintoD, Jno. Henry, 


1866 


Qulnton, Richard F. 


1865 


Quirk, Martin, 


1871 


«RahiUy, Michael J. 


1855 


Ramsay, Robert, 


1864 


Rankin, Wm. John, 


1864 


^Rathbome, Cha. A. 


1865 


Rathborne, Henry, 


1865 


^Rattan, Jas. J. Louis, 


1864 


'Raye, Daniel O'C. . 


1864 


Rea, George T. 


1859 


Rea, John Henry, . 


1863 


Read, George, 


1872 


Read, Richard, 


1853 


Read, Richard, 


1869 


Reardan, Thomas D. 


1865 


Reardon, John, 


1873 


Reardon, Thomas F. 


1872 


Reddiffe, Alexander 




Hamilton, 


1873 


Redmond, Walter, 


1870 


^Reed, Andrew, 


1856 


Reed, George M'C. 


1849 


•Reed, Matthew, . 


1864 


Rees-Phillips, S. • 


1869 


•Reichel, Rev. Chas. I 


>., M.A. 


Reid, Jos. Brabazon, 


1873 


'Reid, Robert, 


1851 



Qneen'i 
GoUeK«. 



Onduted. 

Belfast, B. A. 1 868, 1I.A. 1869. 
Cork, Dip. Eng. 1863. 
Belfast, 2nd Med. Ex.1874. 
Galway, b.a. 1863. 
Bel&st <fe Galway, b.a. 1871, 

B.E. 1872. 
Belfast, B.A. 1868, h.d. 1873, 
M.CH. 1873, Dip. Mid. 1873. 
Galway, 2nd Med. Ex.1873. 
Cork, M.D. 1859. 

Bel£a.8t, b.a. 1870. 
Galway, m.d. 1865. 
Galway,M.D.1870,M.cH.l 870 
Galway, 2nd Med. Ex.1872. 
Cork, M.D. 1865,M.CH.1866. 
Galivay, m.d. 1865 . 
Belfast, B.A. 18C.4, m.a.1866. 
Belf^tst, 2nd Med. Ex. 1868. 
Galway and Belfast. 
Cork, M.D. 1860. 

Galway & Belfast, m.d. 1872, 

M.cn. 1872. 
Cork, B.A. 1869, m.a. 1870. 
Cork. 
Cork. 

Belfast. 

Bel&st. 

Galway, b.a. 1859. 

Belfiast, B.A. 1855. 

Galway, m.d. 1870,m.oh.1870 

Belfast, m.d.1871,m.oh.1871. 

University of Dublin, ad 

eundem, 1861. 
Belfast. 
Belfast & Galway, b.a. 1854. 

1 Engineer, Pablie WorkB of India, by eompetition. 

> Naval Medical Senice, by c9mt>etition. 

> Army Medical Service, by competition 

4 8ub*Inn)ectory Constabulary, by comoetition. 

* Vicar ot Mnllingar; late Professor or Latin, Qneen^s College. Belfint. 

* Army Medical Service, by competition ; late Demonstrator of Anatomy, 
Qaeen*B College, Galway. 

I 



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MXMBEBS OF THS UNIVEB8ITT* 



Names. 



Matrifldated. 



"Reid, Robert, . 1855 

Beid, Robt M'Alister, 1873 

Reid, Wm. Joseph, 1858 

Reotoul, Alfred H. 1869 

Rentoul, James, . 1863 

Rentonl, James Alex. 1864 

Rentoul, J. Lawrence, 1861 

Rentoul, Robert R. 1873 

Reotoul, Robt.W.R. 1861 

"Rice, Patrick, . 1865 

•Rice, William R. . 1852 

Richards, Henry J. 1 859 

^Richardson, JohnH. 1849 

Richardson, William, Dub. 

Riddell, Robert, . 1868 

Ridings, Henry S. . 1856 



Ring, James, . 



1866 



•Ring, Robert, . 1862 

Ring, William, . 1871 

•Riordan, Denis A. • 1855 

Riordan, Thomas F. 1 872 

•Ritchie, James H. . 1862 

Ritchie, William, . 1865 

Roach, Henry L. . 1872 

Robb, James G. . 1850 

Roberts, John, . 1850 

Roberts, Thomas K 1854 

Robertson, David, . 1869 

Robertson, Joseph, 1866 

Robinson, Charles, . 1867 

Robinson, Henry W. 1870 

Robinson, James, . Cam. 

Robinson, John, • 1860 

Robinson, Robert H. 1874 
Robinson, Wm-Darid, 1861 
Robinson, W.Newman, 1 859 



Belfast, B. A. 1862,H.A. 18^. 

Belfast 

Galway, bjl. 1861. 

Belfast, B.A. 1872. 

Cork, 1st -Arts Ex. 1864. 

Bel&st, B.A.1869. ll.b.1874. 

Belfast, B.A. 1867, M. A. 1868. 

Galway. 

Belfast, B.A. 1865. 

Cork, 1st Eng. Ex. 1868. 

Cork, M.D. 1856. 

Cork, Dip. Eng. 1862. 

Galway, b.a. 1852. 

Belfast 

Bel£ast,M.D.1871,M.OH.187L 

Cork, B.A. 1860, Dip. Eng. 

1861. 
Cork, M.D.1872,iff.CH.1872» 

Dip. Mid. 1872. 

Dip. Eng. 1866. 



Cork, 
Cork. 
Cork, 
Cork, 
Belfast,u.D.1866,M.OH.1866. 



H.D. 186U 
1st Med. Ex. 1874. 



Belfast, 

Cork. 

Belfast, 

Belfast, 

Cork, 



tf.D. 1869. 



B.A. 1854. 

B.A. 1854. 
Dip. Eng. 1858. 
Belfast, 2nd Med. Ex. 1873. 
BelfiMt, M.D. 1873. 
Belfast, B.A. 1870. 
Bel&st, 1st Eng. Ex. 1872. 
Belfast 

Belfast, B.A. 1865. 
Belfast 2nd Med. Ex; 1874. 
Bel&st, 2nd Med. Ex. 1869. 
Cork, X.D. 1867, x.oh. 1868. 



> Cinl ServiM of Ceylon, fint place, bj competition, 1866. 
' Engineer, Public Works of India, b^ competition. 

* \rmy Medical Service, bj competition. 

* liibrarian, Qaeen*8 Coile^e, Galway. 

A NaTal Medical Service, by competition. 



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171 



Nunes. 



Robfion, Robert O. 
Roche^ Charles H. 
Roche, Francis E. 



ICatrioulsted. 
. 1867 

. 1862 
. 1863 



CoU«g«. 



OitduAted. 



Roche, Joho, . . 1863 
Rodgers, Henry Wm., = 

M.A. 

Roe, Robert Qeorge, 1868 

Roe, St. George J. . 1868 

Roe, William, . 1862 

Roe, Wm. Thomas, 1868 

Rogers, John, • 1861 

Rogers, Thomas, . 1866 

Rogers, William, . 1863 

Ronan, John, . 1872 

Ronan, Michael, • 1867 

Ronan, Stephen, • 1864 

Ronayne, James, • 1872 

Rooth, Samuel, . 1860 

'Ross, David, . . 1849 



Ross, David J. • 1868 

Ross, David R. . 1872 

Ro88,Predk. Ogilby, 1 873 

Ross^ James, • 1870 

Ross, J. Alexander, 1863 

Ross, John R. . 1860 

Ross, Nathaniel, • 1873 

Ross, William, . 1868 



Rosten, William M. Durham 
Rothwell, Richard M. 1867 
Rowney, William, . 1871 

1 Late Secretary, Qneen't Colleges CommiMion, 
of the Queen*! UuWerBity. 



Belfast, 1st Eng. Ex. 1869. 
Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1864. 
Cork, B.A. 1866, m.d. 1867, 

M.CH. 1867. 
Cork,K.T>. 1867, M.CH. 1867. 
University of Dublin, ad 

eundem, 1859. 
Gal way and Belfast, 2nd 

Med. Ex. 1871. 
Gal way and Belfast, 2nd 

Med. Ex. 1871. 
Gal way, x.d. 1863. 
Galway and Belfast. 
Belfast, B.A. 1864. 

Belfast, B.A. 1870. 

Belfast, B.A. 1867, K.A.18C8, 

LL.B. 1869, LL.D. 1873. 
Cork. 
Cork, B.A. 1872, 2nd Med. 

Ex. 1872. 
Cork, B.A. 1867. 

Galway. 

Belfast, M.D. 1863. 
Bel&st, B.A« 1853, m.a. 
1854, Dip. El. Law, 1854. 
LL.B. 1855. 
Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1872. 
Galway and Belfast, 2nd 

Med. Ex. 1873. 
Belfast. 

Belfiast, m.d. 1874. 
Gal way,M.D. 1 868,m.oh. 1 869 
Galway, b.a.1863, m.d.1866. 
Belfast. 

Belfast, B.A.1872,M.A.1873, 
M.I). 1874, M.CH. 1874, 
Dip. Mid. 1874. 
Galway, m.d. 1874. 
Belfetst^ 1st Eng. Ex. 1869. 
Belfast, 1st Med. Ex. 1874. 

Kembor of the Senate 



l2 



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172 



1CBMBXR8 OF THE UNIVEBSITT. 



Namea. 



MatriovlAted. 



Bassell, Charles G. . 1863 
Russcl), Francis, . 1864 
Bussell, James, . 1860 
Russell, Saml. Marcus, 1873 
Rutherford, Wm. • 1865 



Ryan, Domiuick D. 1849 

Ryan, James Joseph, 1 858 

Ryan, John, . . 1871 

Ryan, John Naahvilte, 1 867 

Ryan, Michael R. . 1870 

Ryan, Richard, . 1863 

Ryan, Richard, . 1867 

Ryan, Thomas, . 1860 

Sampson, Robert, . 1873 

Sanders, Richard B. 1 863 

Sanderson, Wm. B. 1865 

Sandiford, Thos. H. 1861 

Sandiford,JohnC. G. 1873 

Saul, Isaac Gromie, 1855 

'Saunderson, Jas. £• 1857 



Saunderson, Bobt. 


1863 


'Saunderson, Wm. H. 


1860 


'Scott, Bnchanan, . 


1865 


Scott, Charles, 


1861 


Scatt, Conway, 


1861 


Scott^ James, . 


1863 


Scott, James Orr, . 


1859 


Scott, J. Moore J. . 


1869 



^Scott,Ros8, . . 1866 
Scott, Thomas H. M. 1854 



Belfast^ B.A. 1866. 

Belfast, B.A. 1867. 

Belfast, B. A. 1 863, ll.b. 1 874. 
Belfast. 

Oalway and Belfast, ICD. 
1871, M.CH. 1871, Dip. 
Mid. 1873. 
Galway, b.a; 1852, Dip. EL 

Law, 1852. 
Gork, M.D. 1863. 

Gork, IstArtsEx. 1873. 
Belfast, M.D. 1872. 
Gork,M.D. 1874:, m.ch. 1874. 
Gork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1866. 
Gork,M.D. 1871, M.CH. 1871. 
Gork, B.A. 1863, m.d. 1867, 

M.CH. 1867. 
Galway. 

Belfast, B.B. 1874. 
Galway, 1st Eng. Ex. 1868. 
Gork, B.A. 1866, m.d. 1867, 

M.CH. 1867. 
Gork, 1st Med. Ex. 1874. 
Belfast, M.D. 1860. 
Galway, b.a.1862,m.d.1866, 

M.OH. 1866. 
Galway, m.d. 1870. 
Galway, b.a.1863, m.a.1864, 
M.D.1S68,M.CH.1868. 
Belfast, Ist Eng. Ex. 1867 
Belfast, B.A. 1865,M.A. 1866 
Belfast, Dip. Eng. 1864. 
Belfast, B.A. 1866. 
Belfast, B.A.1864,M.A. 1865. 
Belfast, M.D.1872,M.CH.1872, 

Dip. Mid. 1872. 
Belfast, B.A. 1869, m.a. 1870. 
Belfast, B.A. 1857, m.a. 1859 



> Naval Medical Service, by competition. 

* Army Medical Service, by competitioa. 

* Ro^al Engpneers, by competition. 

* Civil Service of India, ly competition. 



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173 



Nameg. 

"Scott, William, 
Seatb, John, 
Seaver, JoDathan, 
Seaver, Thomas, 
Seeds, Robert, 



^ymonr, Michael, 
Shanahan, Henry, 
Shannon, George, 
Shannon, Patk. J. 



IfatriooUted. 



Qneen'a 



OnduAted. 



1861 Galway, Ist Eng. Ex. 1863. 



Dnb, 
1871 
1852 



1854 
1859 
1857 
1859 



Belfast, 
Belfast 
Belfast. 
Belfast, 
Law, 

LL.D. 



B.A. 1861. 



'Sharkey, Edmd. 
la Garde. 

Sharpe, Oh. Ed. 

Sharpe, John W. 
^Sharpe, William, 



de 1860 

. 1869 

. 1864 

• 1862 



B.A. 1857, Dip. El. 
1856, LL.B. 1857 
1859. 

Cork, B.A. 1859, m.a. 1860. 

Cork, Ist Eng. Ex. 18G2. 

Belfast,' M.D. 1861. 

Galway, m.d. 1864, 
iLCH. 1865. 

Galway and Belfast, b.a. 
1863, M.A. 1866. 

Belfast, 2nd Med. Ex. 1872. 

Belfast, B.A. 1867. 

Belfast and Galway, h.d. 
1866, M.OH. 1868. 

Dublin, ad eundem, 1856. 

Belfast, 1st Arts Ex. 1862. 

Belfast, M.D. 1 870,M.CH. 1 870 

Belfast, B.A. 1865,M.A. 1866. 

Galway, m.d. 1863. 

Belfast, B.A. 1871. 

Cork, B.B. 1869. 

Belfast, B.E. 1873. 

Belfast, B.A. 1865. 

Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1873. 

Galway, Ist Med. Ex. 1874. 

Galway. 

Galway,B.A.1871,M.A. 1873, 
LI..B. 1874. 

Bel&st, B.A.1870, H.A. 1871. 

Aberdeen, ad eundem, 1858. 

Cork, M.D. 1873.M.O.H. 1873. 

Galway, 1st Arts Ex. 1874. 

IT, PnUie Works of India, bj oompolitioii. 
*,Iof]^eetor of Schools by oompodtion. 

* Cml Serrico of India, by competition. 

* Army Medical Service, by competition. 

* Fellow of Trinity College, Dablin. 

* Profeiior of Metaphysiet and Ethics, Magee College Lof^ondany. 
7 Demonstrator, Queen's College, Cork. 



*Shaw, George F., LL.D. = 

Shaw, James, . 1859 

Shaw, James, . 1865 

^Shaw, Jas. Johnston, 1861 

Shaw, John A. . 1862 

Shaw, John Greig, . 1868 

Shaw, Wm.H.J. , 1861 
Shawcross, H. Joseph 1869 

Shepperd, William, 1861 

Sherrard, f^aesar D. . 1869 

Sheedy,John, ; 1872 

Sheedy, Thomas, • 1873 

Shiel, Joseph R. . 1868 

Shillidj;, John, . 1865 
'Shinkwin, Thos. 0. k.d. = 
Shipsey, Edward, . 1867 
Shore, Bobert, • 1872 



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MEMBEE8 OF THB UNIYBR8ITT. 



Vtmm. IfMtiiaidatad. 

Shorten, James, • 1872 

Sigerson, Oeorge, 1855 

Simms, James, . 1863 

SimpsoQ, David M. 1872 

Simpson, Edw. F. . 1860 

Simpson, Robert T. 1865 

Simpson, William, • 1867 

Sinclair, Thomas, « 1853 

Sisk, John O'Neill, 1863 

SkeUy, WiUiam, . 1864 

*Skilling, Thomas, . 1849 

Sloane, Ebenezer E. 1867 

Smiley, Samuel, • 1867 

Smiley, William, • 1866 

Smith, Alexander T. 1866 

Smith, David S. H. 1863 

Smith, Edward J. J. 1873 

Smith, Frederick A. 1873 

*Smith, Hugh M*L. . 1863 

Smith, Henry S. . 1872 

Smith, J. Anderson, 1849 

Smith, James, . 1872 

Smith, James E. . 1867 

Smith, James W.T. 1849 

Smith, John, . 1873 

•Smith, Parker, . 1860 

Smith, Robert, . 1866 

Smith, Robert, . 1873 

Smith, Robert J. . 1857 

Smith, Samuel J. . 1865 

Smith, Thomas, . 1869 

Smith, Washington, 1857 

Smith, William J. . 1873 

^Smith, Wm. M*L. . 1860 

Smylie, Archibald, 1861 



CoU«gt. wiwwwwu. 

Cork. 

Qalway and Cork, m.d. 1859, 

x.OH. 1865. 
Belfast, 2nd Med. Ex. 1868. 
Belfast 

Belfast, B.A. 1865. 
Belfast, B.A. 1870. 
Qalway ds Belfast, k.d.1872, 

M.OH. 1873, Dip. Mid. 1873. 
Belfast, B.A. 1856,M.A.1859. 
Cork, M.1). 1867, m. oh. 1867. 
Belfast, B. A. 1867, u.i>. 1871. 
Oalway, Dip. Agric. 1852. 
Belfast, iLD. 1871, Dip. Mid. 

1872. 
Belfast, B.A. 1872. 

Belfast, B.A. 1870. 

Belfa8t,2ndMed. Ex. 1871. 
Belfast, ]i.D. 1865. 
Qalway. 
Cork. 

Belfast, B.A. 1866. 
Cork. 

f Belfast, 1 ^ ^ 1 Qpto 

1 Qalway,/ '^•^- ^^3* 

Belfast. 

Belfast, K.D.1871,M.cH.l 871. 

Belfast, iLD. 1853. 

Qalway. 

Cork, 

Belfast, 

Qalway. 

Qalway, b.a. 1861. 

Belfast, M.D. 1871. 

Belfast, 1st Arts Ex. 1872. 

GkJway and Bel&st 

Qalway. 

Bel£ut,B.A. 1863, m.a. 1864. 

Qalway,B.A.1864, ii.A.1874. 



iLD. 1864. 
1870. 



B.B. 



1 Director of Model Fum, VLojwX Park, MeUKmmo. 

s Civil Service of India, by oompetition. 

* Army Medical Service, by competition. 

« Profeuor of Mathtmatica, Doveton College, Calcutta. 



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175 



iatii«>lftti»d. 



•Smyth, Arthur V. 
Smjth, Oarew C. H. 

Smyth, Charles, 
Smyth, Edward, 
Smyth, Fredk. H. 
Smyth, Henry G. 
Smyth, James, 
Smyth, James, 
Smyth, John, 
Smyth, John, 
Smyth, John T. 
Smyth, John W. 
Smyth, John Watt, 
Smyth, Joseph, 
Smyth, Thomas B. 
•Smyth, Thos. Watt, 
Smyth, William, 
Smyth, William J. 



Somerville, AnnesleyA. 1 872 
Somerville, Richd. N. 1867 
Sommerville,R.M'Q. 1856 
Sparrow, Thomas P. 1868 
•Spedding, John B. . 1855 
'Spedding, Roht. D. 1855 

Speer, William S. . 1870 



Spence,J.Beveridge, 
^Spencer, William P. 

Sprott, Wm. John, 

Sproule, Godfrey K. 

Spronll, Alexander 

M'Donal, . 
^Slack, Edward, . 

Starkey, Richard P. 

Starkey, William, . 



^T"** GradMted. 

CoUq{a. 

1864 Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1867. 

1869 Cork, M.D. 1873, m.oh. 1873, 

Dip. Mid. 1873. 
1872 Cork. 

1871 Belfast, 2nd Med. Ex. 1872. 
1864 Cork, m.d. 1869. 
1864 Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1867. 

1867 Belfast, b.a. 1873. 

1870 Cork. 

1864 Belfast, 1st Eng. Ex. 1870. 

1872 Cork. 

1861 Cork, Dip. Eng. 1864. 

1868 Belfast, 1st Eng. Ex. 1869. 
1850 Belfast, Dip. Agric. 1852. 

1862 Belfast, u.D.1869,M.0H.1869. 
1861 Belfast, b.a. 1866. 

1 854 Belfast, b.a. 1858, m.a. 1859. 

1871 Belfast. 

1861 Belfast &Galway,B.A. 1865, 
M.D. 1872. 
Cork, 1st Arts Ex. 1874. 
Galway,B.A. 1871, B.E. 1873. 
Belfast, B.A. 1860. 
Cork, M.D. 1872. 

Cork, B.A. 1861. 

Cork and Belfast, b.a. 1858, 

M.A. 1859. 
Belfast, M.D. 1874, m.ch. 
1874. Dip. Mid. 1874. 
1868 Galway,M.D.1869,M.OR.1869 

1871 Qalway,M.D 1872,m.oh.1872 

1872 Belfast, 1st Med. Ex. 1874. 
1868 Gal way, 2nd Med. Ex. 1 871. 

1873 Belfast 

1866 Bel&st, b.a. 1869,m.a. 1870. 
1872 Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1874. 
1850 Cork, b.a. 1857, m.d. 1869, 
M.GH. 1870. 



> AmsT Medical Service, bj competition. 
' CiTifSemce of India, br competition. 
* Naval Medical Service, by competition. 



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MEMBERS OF THE UNIVEESITT. 



KunM. 



iatri<m]«t«d. 



Steel, James, . 1872 

Steele, John W. . 1866 
Steen, David, • . 1868 
Steen^John, . • 1860 
Steen, WilJiani, . 1869 
Stephens, William, 1865 
Sterling, Robert, . 1867 

'Steyelly, John, IiL.d, = 
SteYell7,Rbt.Sankey, 1860 
Steyenson, Hugh, 1869 
Stevenson, Robert H. 1864 
Stevenson, Wm. J., 1868 

•Stewart, Abram. A. 1861 
Stewart, A. Young, 1870 

'Stewart^ James, . 1856 



CoIl«f». 



Omduted. 



Belfast, 
Belfast. 
Gal way, 
Belfast, 
Belfast^ 



Stewart, James, • 1863 

Stewart, John, . 1870 

Stewart, Robert F. 1854 
Stewart, Robert Wm. 1864 

Stewart, Samuel E. 1865 

Stewart, Washing. S. 1855 

•Stewart, William, . 1849 

Stewart, William, . 1866 

Stewart, William D. 1862 

Stewart, WiUiam T. 1860 

*Stoker,W.Thomley, 1861 

Stokes, William, . 1871 Galway. 

Stoney, Edw. W. . 1860 Galway, 



Belfast. 

Bemist,M.i>.1871,M.GH.1871. 
Belfast, B.A. 1874. 
Belfist, B.A. 1863. 
Belfast, B.A. 1871. 
Galway, x.d. 1866. 
Cork, Dip. Eng. 1860. 
Univ. of Dub., ad eun.,1867. 
BelAist, B.A. 1863. 

Bel&st, 1st Arts Ex. 1871. 
Belfast, M.D. 1868. 
BeUaat, 2nd Med. Ex. 1874. 
Cork, M.1). 1862. 

Galway and Belfast. 
Belfast, 2nd Med. Ex. lS6o, 

B.A. 1864. 

B.A. 1866. 



B.A. 1861. 

M.D. 1868. 

B.A. 1868. 
Galway & Belfast, b.a. 18GG. 
Belfast, M.D. 1852. 
Belfast, 1st Arts Ex. 18G8. 
Belfast, B.A. 1865. 
Cork, B.A. 1864. 

Galway, m.d. 1866. 

B.E. 1872. 



•Stoney, G. Johnstone, = Univ. of Dub. ad eun., 1860. 



X.A. 



•Stoney, John H. L. 
Stoops, William, . 
Stranan, John, 



1859 Galway, m.I).1861. 
1871 Cork, B.A. 1874. 

1869 Belfiist,M.D.1872,M.0H.1872. 
Dip. Mid. 1872. 



1 lAte ProfasMT of Natona Philoiophj, Quaen*! College, BeUast. 

* Army Medical Semce, by competition. 

* NaTM Medical Service, by competition. 

* SoTgeoo, Riehmend Hoepital ; Demonfltrator of Anatomy, Royal 
College of Snrgeons, Ireland. 

* Secietary to the Unirerrity ; Fellow of the Royal Society. 

< Surgeon, City of Dublin Hoepital ; Demonstrator, Royal College of 
Bugeoni, Dublin. 



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177 



llatrlonlatea. 

Strain, David A. • 1860 

StraiD, Jm. Kirker, IS52 

Strangman, Thomas, 1 858 * 

Stratford, John, . 1867 

Street, G. James, . 1871 

Stronge, Wm. Jas. . 1858 

'StroDge, S. English, 1864 

Stuart, Ohas. MacD. 1868 

Stuart, James, . 1873 

Stuart, John, • 1864 

Stuart, William, . 1867 

Studdert, John, • 1871 

Sturgeon, John, • 1869 

Sugars, John C. . 1864 

Sullivan,Godfrey H. 1873 

Sullivan, John P. . 1873 

S wanton, James, • 1850 

Swanton, James R. 1858 
•Sweetnam, William P.1865 

'Sweetnam, James, . 1863 

Sweetnam, Michael, 1870 

Taggart, David, . 1854 

Taggart, Wm. John, 1 850 

Tait, William, . 1867 

Talbot, Bertram H. . 1865 

Tanner, Charles E. . 1867 



Gndutod. 



Tanner, Mark Batt, 

M.I>. 

Tate, A. G. 
Tate, Davis D. 
Taylor, David, 
Taylor, David A. 
Taylor, Qeorge P. 
Taylor, Joseph F. 
Taylor, William G 



Collego. 

Belfast, . B.A. 1865« 
Bel&st, B.A. 1858. 
dork, Dip. Agric I860. 
Galway, IstEng.Ex. 1869. 
Belfast, 1st Arts Ex. 1874. 
Belfast, B.A. 1865. 
Belfa8t,B.A. 1871, m.a. 1872. 
Belfast, B.E. 1872. 

Belfast - 
Belfast^ B.A. 1873, m.a.1874, 

LL.B. 1874. 
Belfast, B.A. 1870. 
Gork. 

Belfast, B.A. 1873. 
Galway,M.D.1868,M.OH.1868 
Gork. 
Gork. 
Gork and Belfast, b.a. 1853, 

M.A. 1862. 
Gork, M.D. 1862. 

Gork,M.D. 1869,it.CH.1869. 
Gork, M.D. 1869, M.CH. 1869. 
Gork, M.D. 1873, m.ch. 1873, 

Dip. Mid. 1873. 
Belfast, M.D. 1858. 
Belfast, B.A. 1855,M.D. 1863. 
Belfast. 

Galway and Gork.B.A. 1869. 
Gork,B.A.1872, 2iidMed.Ex. 

1874. 
St Andrew's, ad eun., 1861. 



1872 Belfast, 1st Arts Ex. 1874. 

1867 Galway, m.d. 1868. 

1871 Belfast, 2nd Med. Ex. 1874. 

1863 Belfaat, b.a. 1868. 

1870 Belfast, b.a. 1873, m.a, 1874. 

1867 Belfast, b.a. 1870. 

1866 Gork, b.a. 1871, m.a. 1872, 
Dip. El. Law, 1874. 

> Inspector of Sohools, bj competition. 
* Naval Medical SerTice, by competition. 

i3 



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MEMBERS OP THE maVBRSITT. 



Namei. 



MatiieBlfttffd. 



Tenaent, John, . 1867 

iTestro, Daniel M'M. 1857 

Thompson, David, . 1866 

'Thompson, Oeoige, 1861 

Thompson, George, 1873 

Thompson, Geo. W. 1863 

Thompson, Isaac, . 1864 

Thompson, John M. 1861 

Thompson, Boht A. 1864 

Thompson, Samuel, 1854 

Thompson, Samuel, 1870 

Thomson, Francis W. 1869 

Thomson. Hugh W. 1854 

Thomson, John, • 1868 

Thomson, John B. . 1870 

'Thomson, William, 1860 

Thomson, William, 1 856 
*Thomsou,Wyville,LL.D. = 

•ThornhiU, Josh. H. 1864 

ThornhiU, William H. 1869 

•Thornley, John Geo. 1 860 

•Thorpe, Joseph C. . 1863 

'Thynne, Henry, . 1854 

Tidbury, James, . 1870 

Tidbury, Robert, . 1867 

Tlemey, Daniel, . 1851 



Belfiwt, BJL. 1872. 
Cork, B.A. 1860. 

Galway & Bel£ut, b.a. 1 871, 
2nd Med. Ex. 1872. 
Galway, bjl. 1866. 
Belfast. 

Belfiftst, 2nd Med. Ex. 1866. 
Belfast, B.A. 1867. 
Belfast, 1st Eng. Ex. 1864. 
Cork, B.B. 1868. 

Belfast, B.A. 1858. 
Bel&st, B.A. 1873. 
Beirut, B.B. 1873. 
Belfast, iLD. 1860. 
Belfast^ B.B. 1871. 

Belfast, B.A. 1873. 
Galway, B. A. 1867, h.b.1872, 
M.OH. 1872, Dip. Mid. 1872. 
Belfast, M.D. 1864. 

UniTenity of AberdMn, ad eandem, 
I860, D.Se. honoris cauML, 1871. 

Cork, Dip. Bug. 1867. 
Cork, B.A. 1873, 2nd Med. 

Ex. 1874. 
Belfast, M.D. 1864. 
Galway, m.d. 1864. 
Galway and Cork, b.a. 1859, 

LL.B. 1873. 
Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1873. 
Cork,M.D. 1874, M.OH. 1874, 

Dip. Mid. 1874. 
Galway, b.a.1856, Dip.Eng. 
1857. 



1 Ciyil Semc« of India bj competition. 

* Second Master, Doveton CollegcuCalcntta. 

• Snxgeon, Richmond Hospital ; Demonstrator, Oumiehael School of 
Medicine. 

« Formerly Professor of Natural Science, Queen's College, Bel> 
Professor of Natural Science, UniTersity of Edinbax]gfa. 

• Engineer, PaUic Works of India, bj competition. 

* Army Medical Service, by competition. 

7 Sub-Inspector, Constabulary, by direct appointment. 



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MBMBEB8 OF THE UNIVEB8ITY. 



Nunei. 

Tivy, WiUiamJ. 

Todd, Andrew, 
Todd, Andrew T. 
Todd, Robert H. 



Matrioiilated. 
. 1867 

. 1873 
. 1872 
. 1866 



Gndnated. 



Tolerton, W. Ratcliffe, 1866 
Topping, John, . 1859 
Torrens, Frederick, 1873 
Torrens,Hngh Rankin,1861 
Torrens, James, • 1862 



Torrens, John L. . 1873 

^ownsend, 0. . 1854 

Townsend, C. Usher, 1873 

■Townsend, Edmond, 1860 

*Townsend,Edwd., ICA. = 
1870 
1873 
1865 
1873 
1862 
1863 
1866 
18Y3 
1858 
1859 
1861 
1856 
1861 
1856 
1867 
1867 



Townsend, Horace,. 
Townsend, Samuel, 
Townsend, Thos. A. 
Trimble, C. Joseph, 
Trimble, James, 
Tronsdell, Alex. B. 
*Tuohy, Francis J. . 
Tuohy, John F. 
^Turner, Robert, . 
Tamock, Benj. B. • 
Twiffg, William, . 
Uncles, Joseph, 
*Unkles, Richard N. 
Vomer, Albert, 
Vickery, Oeorge, . 
Vint, Robert, 



179 



Coll«ge. 

Cork, 1st Arts Ex. 1869 
2nd Med. Ex. 1872. 

Gal way. 

Belfast and Qalway. 

Galway & Belfiast, b.a. 1870, 
M.A. 1871, LL.B. 1873. 

Cork, M.D.1870,M.OH.1870. 

Belfast, B.A. 1865. 

Belfast 

Belhsty B.A.1868, x.i>. 1870. 

Belfast & Oal way, b.a. 1866, 
M.A. 1867,2nd Med. 
Ex. 1868. 

Belfast. 

Cork, B.A. 1857. 

Galway. 

Cork, B.A. 1863, m.d. 1866, 
M.GH. 1866. 

Univ. of Dab. ad eun. 1866. 

Cork, 1st Arts Ex. 1873. 

Cork. 

Cork and Gal way, B.E. 1869. 

Bel&st. 

Bel&st, 2nd Med. Ex. 1866. 

Cork, M.D. 1869, M.OH. 1869. 

Cork, M.I). 1871, M.OH. 1871. 

Cork. 

Bel&st, 2nd Med. Ex.1864. 

Belfast, B.A. 1862,M.A. 1867. 

Galway, m.d. 1862. 

Cork, Dip. Eng. 1860. 

Cork, Dip. Eng. 1864. 

Belfast, Dip. Eng. 1858. 

Cork, M.i>. 1871, M.OH. 1871, 

Bel&st, B.A. 1870, M.A. 1871. 



1 Royal Artillery, by competition. 

' ALrmy Medical Serrice, by competitioo. 

* Professor of Civil Engineering, Queen^s College, Galwaj. 

* Naral Medical 8ervi«M, by competition. 

i Engineer, Pnblio Works of India, by competition. 



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MSMBSBS OF THB UNIVSE81TT. 



Wade, John, . . 1871 
Wadsworth, Charles, 1866 

Waddell, Hugh, • 1863 
WaddeU, John, . 1861 
Waddell, KuOierford, 1870 
Walbank,K.Seddon» 1873 
Walbank, Wm. M'Lea, 1873 
Wales, John Fred. . 1867 

'Walker, Darid, • 1852 

Walker, Samuel, • 1870 

Walker, Thomas G. 1872 

Wall,Edmond, . 1873 

Wall, John, , . 1854 

*WaJl, Richard, . 1850 

Wall, Thomas, . 1853 

Wallace, Alexander, 1866 

WaUace, Alex. M. . 1873 

Wallace, Archibald, 1870 

Wallace, John Alex. 1873 

Wallace, John Bruce, 1870 

Wallace, John B. . 1861 

WaUace, Bobert, . 1867 

Wallace, Samuel, . 1870 

Wallace, Samuel, . 1873 

Wallace, Thomas, . 1867 

Wallace, Thomas, • 1866 

Wallace, William, . 1861 

WaUace, WiUiam D. 1861 

WaUer, E. W. . 1857 

WalmslejyFrancis H. 1872 

Walsh, Michael, . 1864 

Walsh, Patrick L. . 1864 



Galivay, 2nd Med. Ex. 1874. 
GalwayVk Bel&st, 2nd Med. 

Ex. 1872. 
Belfast, B.A. 1867. 
Belfast, B.A. 1865, 
Belfast^ B.A. 1874. 
Ghilwaj. 
Gal way. 
Belfast, B.A. 1872, 2nd Med,. 

Ex. 1874. 
Belfast, MJ>. 1856. 
Belfast, B.A. 1874. 
Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1873. 
Cork. 

Cork, B.A. 1862, k.d. 1864. 
Cork, B.A. 1853, m.a. 1854. 
Cork, B.A. 1856. 

Belfast, B.A. 1871. 
Bel&st 

Bel&8t, 2nd Med. Ex. 1874. 
Belfast. 

Belfast, B.A. 1874. 
Belfast, B.A.1865,M.A. 1866, 

Dip.Eng.1866, ll.b.1871. 

Belfast, B.A. 1871, Dip. EL 

Law, 1873, ll.b. 1873. 

Belfast, 2nd Med. Ex. 1873. 

Belfast. 

Belfast, M.D. 1870. 
Belfast, B.A. 1872. 
Belfast, B.A. 1866, M.A. 1867. 
Belfast, B.A. 1865. 
Galway, Dip. Eng. 1861. 
Belfiist,2ndMed.Ex. 1874. 
Galway, b. a. 1 867, ilb. 1 873, 

M.OH. 1 873, Dip. Mid. 1 873. 
Cork, M.D. 1868, m.oh. 1868. 



V. 



1 Late Snigeoa to iho " Fox" Arctie Expeaition in search of Sir J. 
FnmUin. 
< Judge of the High Court of Bomhay. 



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181 



Iffamtt, 

Wabhy Xhomas, 



1868 



iWakh^DaridJ. . 1859 

Walah, Francis, . 1868 

Walfihe, John E. • 1873 

Walshe, Michael, • 1864 

Wabhe, Richard F. 1871 

Walshe, Thomas, . 1868 

'Ward, Marcos J. B. 1860 

Ward, Michael F. . 1861 

Ward, Peter, . 1864 

Wardhaugh,J.W.F. 1861 

Warnook, James, . 1866 

Warren, Borlace, . 1873 

Warren, Edward A. 1873 

Warren, J. Monteith, 1868 

Warren, Robt. Thos. 1851 

Warren, Wm. Edw- 1868 

Warren, Wm. Hen. 1864 

'Waters, Robert, • 1851 

Watson, John, . 1860 

Watson, J. Woodrow, 1866 

Watt^ Robert, • 1862 

'Watters, Thomas, • 1857 

Watters, William, 1869 

*Watts, Walter A. . 1852 

Weir, Alex. M'Cook, 1867 

Weir, Isaac, • 1860 

Weir, James, • 1861 

Weir, Thomas, . 1861 

Weldon, George, . 1862 

Weldon, Henry, . 1864 

Wells, Hugh, • 1873 



QndoAUd. 

Oalwaj and Cork, Ist Arts 

Ex.1865. 
Cork, B.A. 1862, 2nd Med. 

Ex. 1869. 
Belfast, Ist Arts Ex. 1872. 
Cork, Ist Med. Ex. 1874» 
Gal way. 
Cork. 

Galway and Cork. 
Belfast, ,B.A. 1864. 
Galway, 2nd Med. Ex. 1866. 
Galway, b.a. 1867. 
Belfast, Dip. Eng. 1864» 
Belfast, B.A. 1870, k.a. 187U 
Galway. 
Cork. 

Galway,M.D.1874,M.OH.1874. 
Cork, M.D. 1858. 

Galway,B.A. 1871,m.d. 1873, 

K.CH. 1873. 
Galway, m.b. 1866. 
Belfast,' M.D. 1858. 
Bel&st, B.A. 1864. 
Belfast, K.D.1871,M.CH.1871» 
Belfast, B.B. 1869. 
Belfast, B.A. 1861, m.a.I 862. 
Galway & Belfast, Ist Arts 
Ex. 1874. 
Galway, b.a. 1 856,m.a. 1 857» 
Belfast, M.B. 1871. 
Belfast, B.A. 1864. 
Bel&st, B.A. 1867. 
Belfast, B.A. 1864. 
Cork, Dip. Eng. 1866. 
Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1867. 
Belfast. 



* Annj Modiad 8erde«. by oompelitioii. 

* Impeetor oi Schoob, BngUiid. 

s Conndtf 8«rviee, Chinm, by eompetition. 

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HEMBEH8 OF THE UMYERSITT. 



NunM. 



ICatrionlfttod. 



Wella, T. L. 

Welply, John J. . 

Welsh, Francis, 

West, Geo. Francis, 

West, Henry T. . 

West, John Dobbin, 
*We8t, Raymond, . 

West, Thomas, 

Whan, Wm. Taylor, 
•Wheeler, Edwin, . 

Wheeler, John, 

Wheeler, Thomas K. 
Whigham, David S. 



1857 
1869 
1868 
1869 
1871 
1850 
1852 
1860 
1850 
1861 
1863 

1849 
1865 



Bel£ftst, B.A. 1863. 
Cork. 2nd Med. Ex. 1874. 
Belfast, B.A. 1872. 
Belfast, B.E. 1872: 
Belfast. 

Bel&st k Oalway, B.A. 1859. 
Galway, B.A. 1855,m.a.1869. 
Cork, B.A. 1866. 

Belfast, B.A.1 856, M.A. 1857. 
Belfast, M.D. 1864. 
Cork, M.D. 1872, M.CH. 1873, 

Dip. Mid. 1873. 
Belfast, U.D. 1852. 
Belfast k Oalway, 2nd Med. 

Ex.1871. 
Belfast, M.]>. 1859. 
Belfast, K.D. 1862. 
Cork. 

Cork k Belfast, b.a. 1874. 
Belfiast,M.D.1869,M.OH.1869. 
Gal. M.D. 1873, M.OH. 1873. 
Cork. 

B.A. 1867. 

B.A. 1871. 

M.D. 1858. 

MJ>. 1862. 

B.A. 1862. 
Belfast, 1st Arts Ex. 1861. 
Belfast, 2nd Med. Ex. 1872. 
Belfast, B.B. 1872. 
Belfast 

Univ. of Dub. ad eun., 1867. 
Cork, M.D. 1872. 

Bel&st. 
Cork. 
Belfast, B.A. 1869,M.A. 1870. 

1 Jnd^ of tbe High Coort of Bombaj. 

* N»Tal Medical Serrioe, bj competition ; Adaog Medical OflScer, 
H.M. Lcoation, Japan. 

s Naval Medical Service, by competition. 

* Army Medical Service, by competition. 

* Fonnerly Examiner in Iaw, Qaeen*t UniTerrity. 



•Whitaker, Henry, . 

Whitaker, Joseph, . 

White, Chas. L. E. 

White, Edward A. . 

White, J.Bradshaw, 

White, Michael, . 

White, Nicholas W. 

White, Patk. Wm. . 

White, Eobert, 
*Whiie, Thomas H. . 

White, Thomas R. . 

White, Vere Essex, 

White,Wm.Campbell, 

Whitla, William, . 

Whitford, William, 

Whitsitt, John H. . 
•Whittle,J.Lowry,M.A. = 

Whitton, Thomas B. 1868 

Whyte, WiUiam, . 1873 

Wigmore, James, • 1873 

Wilkin, James, . 1866 



1854 
1858 
1871 
1870 
1862 
1869 
1870 
1864 
1864 
1854 
1858 
1854 
1857 
1870 
1868 
1873 



Bel&st, 

Belfast, 

Cork, 

Galway, 

Bel&st, 



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MSICBSB8 OF TflE UNITER8ITT. 



183 



Names. 

*WilkiQ8on,H.Shaw, 
*Willans, Thos. Jos. 
Willans, Win. Hy.B.BO. 



IfotrbmlAtod. ^^l Oiadtttol 

1861 Belfast,B.A.1864,LL.B. 1872. 
1857 Belfast, Dip. Eng. 1859. 
1861 Belfast, Univer. of London, 
ad eundem, 1870. 

Cork, M.!). 1861. 

Belfast, B.A. 1872. 

Galway, 2nd Med.Ex. 1874. 

Cork, M.D. 1864. 

Galway,M.D.1869,M.0H.1869 

Cork, B.A. 1872. 

Gal way. 

Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1874. 

Belfast, B.1E. 1874. 

Belfast, B.A. 1862. 

Cork, B.A. 1870, m.a. 1872, 
2nd Med. Ex. 1874. 

Belfast, B.A. 1873. 

Cork, B.A. 1865, m.a. 1866, 
LL3. Uniy. of London, 
ad eundem. 

Belfast, B.A. 1863. 

Cork. 

Belfast, M.D. 1872. 

Belfast, B.A. 1864, u.a. 1865. 

Belfast, Dip. Eng. 1867. 

Belfast, B.A. 1852, m.a. 1853, 
LL.B. 1860. 

Belfast, B.A. 1862. 

(Jalway. 

Belfast and Cork, 2nd Med. 
Ex. 1874. 

Belfast d^ Galway, b.a. 1865, 
M.A. 1866. 

Belfast and Cork, b.a. 1873. 

Belfast, BJL 1854. 

1 Comnlar Serrioe, J^an, by competition ; Stodoatahip, Inns of Coort, 
London, 1871. 

s Royal EnginMn, by competition. 

s Law Stadentship, Inns of Coort, London, Trinity Term, 1860, by 
eompetition ; formerly Examiner in Iaw, Queen^i UniTenity ; Clerk of 
ConyoeatioD. 

« Inspector of National Sohook. 



Willet, Edmond, . 


1858 


Williams, J. Douglas, 1868 


Williams, James 0*B. 


1874 


Williams, Richard Q. 


1860 


Williams, William, 


1868 


Williams, William J. 


1869 


Williamson, George, 


1873 


Williamson, Wm. C. 


1871 


Wilson, Alexander, 


1870 


Wilson, Andw. Jas. 


1859 


Wilson, Daniel, 


1866 


Wilson, David, 


1870 


Wilson, Edward, . 


1862 


Wilson, (Jeo. 


1860 


Wilson, George 0. . 


1873 


Wilson, Hugh C. . 


1862 


Wilson, James A. . 


1861 


Wilson, James, 


1863 


'Wilson, James, 


1849 


Wilson, James, 


1857 


Wilson, James, 


1872 


Wilson, John, 


1870 


Wilson, John, 


1861 


Wilson, John, 


1867 


^Wilson, John, 


1851 



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Jk^SiiiBEBS O? T0S UKIVBBSITT. 



'WilflOD, John, • 1852 

'Wilson, Jo% • 1864 

Wilson, John, • 1870 

•Wilson, J. Bower, . 1869 

Wilson, John F.. • 1868 

•Wilson, Joseph, . 1864 

Wilson, R. B. S. . 1865 

Wilson, Robert, . 1868 

Wilson, Samuel L. 1872 

Wilson, Thomas E. 1868 

> Wilson,. Thomas N. 1858 

Wilson, Thomas, . 1865 

Wilson, William, . 1864 

Wilson, William N. 1862 

•Wilson, Wm. Jas. . 1856 

Winder, James, . 1861 

Witberow, John, . 1850 

Wood, Arthur A. . 1872 

Wood, Geo. yeaej, 1859 

*Wood, John E. . 1860 

Wood, Richard, , 1855 

» Woodrooffe, Fras- H. 1 857 

Woods, Arthur A. . 1872 

Woods, Hans, . 1862 

Woods, Richard J. 1871 

Woods, William, . 1865 

Workman, Charles, . 1872 

Workman, Robert, . 1860 

Wren, Maurice, • 1860 

Wright, E. P. M.D. 

Wright, Francis G. 1870 



Qnewn*! 
CoUflfo. 

BelCsLstand Cork, b. a. 1857. 
Bel&st, BjL. 1868,H.A. 1869, 

M.D. 1871. 
Belfast and Cork, 2nd Med. 

Ex. 1871. 
Gal way, m-d. 1871. 
Belfast, M.i>. 1873, m.oh. 

1873, Dip. Mid. 1873. 
Cork, M.». 1871, M.CH. 1871. 
Belfast and Galway, b.a« 

1869, M.A. 1870. 
Bel&st, B.E. L872. 
Galway, Ist Arts Ex. 1874. 
Belfast, 1st Eng. Ex. 1869. 
Galway,. 3.A. 1861. 
Belfast, 1st Eng. Ex. 1873. 
BelfaBt,M.D.1869, k.gh.1869. 
Galway,B.A. 1865, m.a.1866. 
Belfast, M.B. 1860. 
Galway, B.A. 1865. 
Belfast, B.A. 1853, m.a. 1854. 
Belfast. 

Galway, Cork, and Belfast, 
M.D. 1866, M.OH. 1866. 
Galway, b.a. 1864. 
Cork, Dip. El. Law, 1866. 
Cork, B.A, 1860. 

Belfast, 2nd Med. Ex. 1874. 
Belfast, B.A. 1871, m.a. 1873. 
Galway,. b.b. 1874. 
Galway, 2nd Med. Ex. 1867. 
Belfast. . 

Belfast, B.A. 1863, M.A. 1864» 
Cork and Galway, Ist Arts 

Ex. 1863. 
tJniy. Dublin, ad eun., 1864. 
Cork, 2nd Med. Ex. 1873. 



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> Naval Medical Service, hj competitioa. 
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185 



Nil 



Wright, John, 
Wright, William, . 
Wjlie, Alexander, 



IfAtrienlttted. 

. 1867 
. 1858 

1868 



*Wylie, Jae. Owens, 1864 



Wjlie, Matthew, . 1865 

Wylie,Robt.B€atty, 1864 

Wylie, William, . 1863 

Wylie, William, . 1872 

Toong, Alexander, • 1861 

Yonng,. Alexander, 1865 

Tonng, James, . 1852 

Toang, James, . 1873 

Yonng, John, • 1865 

Toung, Samuel, . • 1862 

Young, William, . 1859 

Yonng, Wm. Edwd. 1867 

Zouche, Isaiah de, . 1864 



Belfast, 1st Arts Ex. 1869. 
Belfast, B.A. 1864. 
Bel&st, M.D. 1872, h.ch. 

1873, Dip. Mid. 1873. 
Belfast, B.A.1867, u.a. 1868, 
Dip. El. Law, 1870, 

LL.B.1871,LL.D.1874. 

Belfast, B.A. 1869,LL.B.1872, 

LL.D. 1874. 
Belfast, B.A.1867,M.A. 1868, 

LL.B. 1869, LL.D. 1874. 

Belfast, iLD. 1866. 

Belfast. 

Bel&st, M.D. 1866. 

Belfast,]i.D.1871,H.OH. 1871, 

Dip. Mid. 1872. 
Belfast, B.A.1855,]ic.A.1856. 
Belfast. 

Belfast, B.A. 1868. 
Belfast, B.A. 1866,H.D. 1869. 

M.CH. 1869. 
Belfast, B.A. 1862. 
Belfast, 2nd Med. Ex. 18G3. 
Qalway, h.d. 1865. 



' Exhibition, Inns of Court, London, 1871. 



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K.B.— Names which are hracketed together are arranged alphahetieallj. 



FACULTY OF ARTS. 
Honors with the Dbobxe of M.A. 



riBagley, Richd. Blair, 

sOu^Kiui, Charles W. . 
DuoTop, Robert, 

^■Lupton, William, 
Jackson, Moffatt, 
M'Martry, David U. . 

«0-Keeffe, Mathias, . 

^Wilson, James, • 



f Commins, Andrew, 



J 



- O'Brien, John, . 
\ 6Ro9s, David, 
(.'Wall, Richard. . 
j (VFljn, Denis B, 
I Witherow, John, 



r 'Barkley David G. 
I »Bole, William • 
I Duggan, John, . 
I Johnson, Robert. 



Ford, Patrick. . 
i Hooper, Chas. John, 

(^ Yonng, James, . 



1853. Qaoen' 

First in Classics, &e. . • 

First in Ezperl. and Nat. Sciences, . 
First in English, Loffic, &c. 
First in Hathemat.,Pure and Mixed, . 
Second in English, Logic, &c. . 
Second in Experl. and Nat. Sciences, 
Second in Mathemat.,Paroand Mixed, 
Second in Classics. &c. 

1854. 

> First in Experl. and Nat. Sciences, . 

yice-Chan.'s Prize for Eng. Poetry. 
First in Mathemat., Poreadd Mixed, 
First in English, Logic, 6tc, 

> First in Classics, &c. 

Second in English, Logic, &c . 
Second in Experl. and Nat. Sciences, 

1855. 

, First in Experl. and Nat. Sciences, • 
First in Claissics, &c. 
First in Mathemat., Pure and Mixed, . 
First in English, liOgie, &c. 



's Collage. 
Cork. 
Gaiway. 
Bel&it. 
Belfast. 
Belfast. 
Belfast. 
Cork. 
Belfast. 



Cork. 

Cork. 

Beliaat. 

Cork. 

Cork. 

Bel&st. 



Belfast 
Bel&st, 
Cork. 
Belfast 



1856. 
First in Mathemat., Pore and Mixed, Gaiway. 
Second in English, Logic, ftc. . . Cork k 

Gaiway. 
Second in Experl. and Nat. Sciences, Belfast. 



I Late ProflBSsor of Latin, Qaeen's College, Oalway. 

* Inspector of National Schools. 

> Professor of Jorispradence and PoUtloal Economy, Qneen's College, 
Gaiway. 

« Librarian, Qneen*s College, Cork. 

* Law Studentship, Inns of Court, London, HIL Term, 1860, by eompetlttoa. 
Formerly Bxsminorin Jaw, Queen's University. Clerk of Convocatioii. 

• Late Secretary, Qneen's Colleges Commission. Member of the Senate oi 
4he Queen's University. 

V Civji Service of India, by oompetitloa. 

• Inspeetor of National Selioob. 



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f GKbton, JuBM, • 
I Moorhci»d,Joh]i, 



I 



OLearj, R. . 
iPalmer, Edmund T. 



1857. QnMB*a College. 

First in English, Logic, &e. . . Belfmst. 
First in Experl. and Nat. Sciences. . Gal war 

&Bel&st. 
First in Classics, fcc • . Cork. 

, First in Kathemat., Pure and Mixed, Cork. 

1858. 
First in Ezperl. and Nat. Sciences, . Belfast. 
First in Classics, &c., . . Belfast. 

Second in ExperL and Nat Sciences, Belfast. 
Second in Classics, &e., . . Belfast. 

Second in Ewf., Logic. & Metaphysics, Belfast. 



{Macloskie, Oeorge, 
«M*Parland,John, 
'■Gaming, Jas., m.o. 
-> Dayidaon, John, 

Henry, Alexander, . g., — „ ^-^ — , 

«MaeGormac, W., M.d. Third in ExperL and Nat. Sciences, . Belfast. 
'[ Patton, Samnel, . - ~ .- 



Third in Eng., Logic, fc Metaphysics, . Belfast. 

1859. 
First in English, Logic, &c., 
First in English, Logic, &c^ 
Second in Experl. and Nat. Sciences, 

I860. 

First in Experl. and Nat. Sciences, 
First in Eng., Logic A Metaphysics, 
First in Ancient and Mod. Langiu^^, Galway. 
Second in Ancient and Mod. Lang. . Galway. 
1861. 
rBewley, Edmnnd Thos. First in Experimental Science. 
^ Murphy, Andw. Cbas. Pint in Logic, English Lit. & Metaph. 
"^ " ' • - First in Exnerimental Science, . 

Second in Natural Science, 
Third in Natural Science, . 
1862. 



f *Monroe, John, . 
\ Sinclair, Thomas, 
«myth, Thos. Watt. 

f'M'Cpoa, John, 
i Martin, William, 
(•Mitchell, Robert J. 
tMacMahon, Geo. Y. 



(Popbam, John F., 

Bellis, Samuel A 
i« Burden, Henry, , 



Galway. 

. Belfast. 

Belfast. 

. Belfast. 
Belfast. 



Belfast. 
Cork. 
Belfast. 
Belfast. 



Belfast. 
Econ. Belfast 
& Galway. 



( Buick, Geo. Raphael, First in Experimental Science, 
1 i^M^Kane, John, . First in Logic, Metaph. & Polit.! 

1 1« Waiters, Thomas, . First in English, Jjogic, & Metaphysics, Belfast. 
^ Ditto, . . Second in Classics. 

1 Army Medical Serrioe, hj competition. 

• Late Barrington lecturer. 

'Professor of Medicine, Queen*s College, Belfast; formerly Examiner in 
Medicine, Queen's Unirertity. 

• Member of Senate, Queeu^s Uoiverslty. Surgeon, 8t. Thomas's Hospital, 
London. 

• Law Studentship, Inns of Court, London, hj competition; formerly 
Examiner in Jurisprudenoe and Politioal Econoniy, Qneen*s UniTcrsitj. 

• OiTil Serrice of India, hj competition, 18«0. 

• Army Medical Serrice, hj competition. 

• Late Inspector of Schools, by competition; formerly Astronomical 
Assistant in the Obserratory of the Earl of Rosse ; Inspector, Segistrar- 
^neral's OfAoe, Ireland. 

• Late Professor, Royal College, Manritins. 

10 Demonstrator of Anatomy, Queen's College, Belfast. 
U Barrington Lecturer; formerly Examiner in Jurisprudence and PolitlOAl 
Beonomy, Queen's Unirersity. 
^ Consular Serrice^ China, by eompetitlon. 



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UKIVCRSITT HONORS. 



\ Kftne, R. Roxnney, , 
tiO'Neill,Q.F. • 
OiT,R.J. 

sAtton, William G. , 
Ditto, . 

•Park, John, 
^Reid, Robert, . 
' AUen, HMnilton L. 

Dixon, William, 

Donnell, Robort, 

Edgar, Robert M*C. 
'Leebodj, John R. 

Mullan, Andrew, 
^•OTaRell, Thomas, 



Qaeen'aOoUefe. 
Second in Logic, Hist., & Polit. Eeon. Cork. 
Second in Eng., Logic, & Polit. Eicon. Qalway* 
Third in Natural Science, . . . Cork. 

1863. 
First in Ancient Classics, . • . Beliait. 



Second in Modem Languatfes. 

First in Logic, Metapb. & ^lit. Econ. 



Belfast. 
First in Experimental Science, . . Belfest* 
Second in Ancient Classics, . BelCut. 

Second in Logic, Enflish Language 

and Literature, and Metaphysics, . BeUsat. 
Second in Logic, ElngUsh Language 

and Literature, and Political Eson. Bel&st. 
Second in Logic, Metaph. & Pol. Econ. Belfast. 
Second in Mathematical Science, . Belfut. 
Second in Experimental Science, . Belfast. 
Second in Exponmental Science, . Qalwaj» 

1864. 
7Dodd,William Huston, First in LQgic,'\letapbjnc8,and Poli- 
tical Economy, .... Belfiut. 
Hamilton, Thomas, . First in Natural Science, . . . Belfast. 
BHunter, John, . . First in Experimental Science, . . Belfisst. 
'Smith, Wm. M'Laren, First in MathemaUcal Science, . . Belfast. 

Ditto, . . Second in Experimental Science. 
Houston, Thomas, . Second in Logic, Metaphysics, and Po- 
litical Economy, Belfast. 

' Leitch, Matthew, . Second in Ancient Classics, . . Belfast. 
M'MuIlan, Samuel Jas. Second in Mod. Continental Languages, Belfast. 
^ Saunderson,*Wm. H. Third in Experimental Science, . Qalway. 

1865. 
Beck, John Fritz, . First in Experimental Science, . Belfast. 
Cleeland, Robert, . First in Mathematical Science, . Belfast. 
Dougherty, J as. Brown, First in Logic, Metaphysics, and Po- 
litical Economy, .... Belfast 
Park, William, . . First in Ancient Classics, . . BelfiMt 
^ Scott, James Orr, . First in Logic, Metaph.& Polit Econ. Belfast, ' 
'' Armour, Jai. Browne, Second in Ancient Classics, . . Belfittt 

&Cork 
'HTonoUy, Patrick W. . Second in Modem Languages, . Qalway. 
' M'Clure, Edmund, . Second in' Modem Languages, .Belfast. 
1^ Wilson, James Alex. . Second in Eng., Logic, and Metaph. Bel&st. 

> Znspeetor of Soliools, by eompetitiOB* 

t Consular Senrioe, Japan, by eompetition. 

> Late Professor of Metaphysioe and Ethies, Vagee College, Londoaderty; 
Professor of Logic and Metaphysics, Queen's College, Belfast. 

« OlTil SerHce of Oeylon, first place, by eompetition, 1866. 

• Proftssor of Mathematles, Magee College, Londoaderrj*. 
s Army Medical Serrioe, by competition. 

f Head Master, Endowed School, Bangor, eo. Down. 

• Professor of Mathematles and Natural Philosophy, King's CoUsg e UnU 
▼enity, N.S. 

• Professor of Mathematics, Doveton CoUege, Calontta, 

10 CItU Berrlee of Cejlon, seoond place, by eompetition, 18M. 



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Quden*B College, 
' Hooston, Sunuel, . Third in Logic, Metapbysies^ and Po- 
litical Economy, .... Belfast. 
Patton, Alexander, . Third in Engliih, Logic, and Meta- 

phyiics, ... • Belfast. 

1866. 

I 'iChambers, R. M'Crea, First in Ancient Classics, . . . Belfast. 
Dill, Samuel Marcus, First in Experimental Science, . Belfast 

M^Dermott, John, . First in Ancient Classics, . . Belfast. 

Moorhfad, Wm. Robt. First in Logic, Metaphysics, and Poli- 
tical Economy, .... Ghdway. 
sSharkey, Edmund de 

la Qarde, . . First in Modem Lan^ages, . . GUway. 
sSbaw, Jas. Johnston, First in Logic, Metaphysics, and Poli- 
tical Economy, .... Belfast. 
^ Wallace, John Seattle, First in Experimental Science, . Belfiast. 

Dick, James, . . Second in Ancient Classics, . . Belfast 

& Galway I 

sEvans, Richardson, . Second in English, History, and Poli- 
tical Economy, .... Cork. 

Chraham, Thomas S. . Second in Logic, Metaphysics, and 

History, Belfast. 

Moore, William H. D. Second in Logic, Metaphysics, & Poli- 
tical Economy, .... Bel&st. 

Wilson, Edward D. J. Second in English, History, and Poli- 
tical Economy, .... Cork. 

Wilson, Wm. Nesbitt, Second in Ancient Classics, . . Galway. 

Andrews, Samuel, . Third in English, Logic, and Meta- 
physics, Belfast. 

Dobbin, William, . Third in Natural Science, . Bel&st. 

Wilson, John, . . Third in Ancient Classics, . . Belfast 

& Galway. 

1867. 

'4BottomleY,J8.Thomson,Fir8t in Experimental Science, . Belfitst. 

Hewitt, John« . . First in Experimental Science, . Bellkst. 

M^Mordie, William, . First in Logic, Metaphysics, and Poli- 
tical Economy, .... Belfast. 
( First in Ancient Classics ; and Second f BeUbst 
Torrsns, James, \ in Logic, Metaphysics, and Poli-< and 
I tical Economy, . . . ( Galway. 

f Foley, John Joyce, . Second in Natural Science, . . Cork 
J Love, John, . . Second in Modem Continental Lan- 

I goages, Belfast 

^sN«WBom«yJaa.CIar8nce, Second in Ancient Classiet, . . Belfiut. 



I Head Master, Royal Academical Institution, Londondeny. 

> Oitll Service of India, by competition. 

' Professor of Metaphysics and Ethics, Magee College, Londondenj. 

^ Assistant ProfMsor of Chemistry, King's Goll^ge^ London 

• Consular Serriee, China, by competition. 



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QttMB'g GoU«gei 
Brigbam, John King, Third in Ancient CUsnci, • . Bel&it. 
^Murphy, Jm. Edwud, Third in Englitb, History, and Poli- 
tical Economy, .... Bolfast. 
Tttmook,Ben.B«rkelej,Third in Ancient Claarid, . . Belfast. 
Wallace, William, . Third in Logic, Metaphysics, and Poli- 
tical Economy, .... Belfiut. 
1868. 
Xlharles, John J. . First in Experimental Science, and 

First in Natural Science, . Belfast. 

MacDonald, Fianeis, . First in English, History, and Political 

Economy, Galmy. 

Rentonl, J. Laurence, First in English, History, and Political 

Economy, Belfast. 

Rogers, William, . First in Logic, Metaphysics, and 

Political Economy, . . . Belfast. 
'>Anglin, Arthur H. . Second in Mathematical Science, .Cork. 
Clancy, John J. . Second in Ancient Classics, . . Galway. 

iMacanlar, Colman P. Second in Ancient Classics, . . Galway. 
iMonteath, James, . Second in Logic, Metaphysics, and 

Political Economy, . . . Belfast. 
Moore, William, . Second in Modern Languages, . . Belfast. 
>WyIie, James 0. . Second in Mathematics Science, . Belfast. 
' Greer, Thomas, . Third in Natural Science, . . . Belfast. 
Johnston, William M. Third in History, Logic, and Meta- 
physics, Galway. 

Killen, James B. . Third in Logic, Metaphysics, and Poli- 
tical Economy, .... Galwaj. 
M'Mordie, Hans, . Third in Logic, Metaphysics, and 

Political Economy, . . . Belfast 
'M'Swinney, Robert F. Third in Metaphysics, History, and 

Political Economy, . . . Galway. 
Martin, James, . . Third in Ezp«rimental Science, . Belfast. 

Wylie, Robert B. . Third in Logic, Metaphysics, and Poli- 
tical Economy, .... Belfsstk 
1869. 

f Hamilton, Samuel M. First in Logic, Metaphysics, and Poll- 
j tical Economy, .... Belfut 
I O'Brien, Joseph • First in Ancient Classics, . . . Cork. 
(^ Wilson, John, . First in Experimental Science, . . Belfsst 
Bourke, Mattbew J. Second in Modem Languages, . Cork. 
Craig. John W. . Second in Ancient Classics, • • Belfast. 
Hamilton, Benjamin, Second in Ancient Classics, . . Cork. 
Hamilton, John S. • Second in English, Logic, and Meta- 
physics, Belfiut. 

Hamilton. Wm. W. Second in Natural Science, . . Belfast 

iHoer, William, . Second in Ancient Classics, . . Belfast 

Ditto, « . Third in Modem Languages. 
Huey, John, . . Second in Experimental Science, . Gklway. 
M'Farlane, Robert A. Second in Logic, Metaphysics, and Poli- 
tical Economy, . • • • Galway. 

1 Ciril Serrice of India, by competition, 
t Demonstrator of Anatomy, Queen's College, Belfast 
S Mathematical Master, Wesleyan College, ShefBeld. 
4 Exhibition, Inns of Gonrt, London, 1871. 

8 FifKt Class Exhibition in the Law of Rral Property, Tnns of Cour^ Lob. 
don, 1871. 



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19L 



<Seott»Ro«, 

sStaek,Edwaxd,. 

. Wilkin, James, . 
' DruRimond, MichAd, 
•Henry, Wm. Edwd., 
Maguira, Thomaa, 



IMtTihall, John, • Qeoond in Ancient Claaaics, Galwav & CorlL 
iWaat, Raymond, . Second in English History, and Political 
Economy, Qalway. 

f Fitzpatriek, John, . Third in English, Logic, and Political 

Economv, Oalwaj. 

Meeke, Moses, . Third in Engliah, Hutozy, and Political 

Economy, Beifast* 

Moloney, Michael, . Third in English, History, and Political 

Economy, Cork. 

1870. 
Andexson,Richd. John, First in Experimental Science, . Belfiut. 

Cowan, James, . . First in Ancient Classics, . . . Belfost. 
Kirkpatrick, Wm. T. First in English, Metaphysics, and 

History, Belfut. 

First in Experimental Science; and 

Second in Mathematical Science, . Belfast 
First in Ancient Classics; and First 

in Modem LanguBges, . . . Beirast. 
First in Ancient Claesics, . . . Belfast 
Second in Ancient Classics, . . Galway. 
Second in Ancient Classics, . . Galway. 
Second in English, History, and Po- 

litical Economy, . » . . Graliray. 
W3son, R. Buchanan, Second in Engliui, Logic, and Meta- 
physics, Qalway. 

' Brooke, John, . . Third in English, History, and Political 

Economy, Qalway., 

Crookshank,Chas.Hy. Third in Logic, History, and Political 

Economy, Cork. 

1871. 
^ Lewis^JV. Llewellyn, First in Experimental Science, . . Galway. 
First in liOgic, History, and Political 

Economy, Belfast. 

First in Ancient Classics; and Third 
in Logic, Metaphysics, and Political 
Economy, . . Belfisst & Galway. 

First in Aj&cient Chissics; and First 

in Modem Langoages, . . . Belfast 
First in Logic, Metaphysics, & Hi&tory, Belfast 
First in Modem Languages, . . Belfisst. 
Second in Experimental Science, . Cork. 
Benson, Phif. Lambert, Second in Natural Science, . . Cork. 
- Dick, William, . . Second in Ancient CI assies, . . Belfast 
* Dewar, Elliot Paxton, Third in MathematicalScience, . . Belfast. 
Eaton, Thomas, . . Third in Logic, Metaphysics, and Po- 
litical Economy, .... Galway. 
«Horan, Thomas, . Third in Mathematical Scienoe, . Cork. 

M'Kenzie, John, . Third in Ancient Classics, Belfast dt Qalway. 
Todd,RobtHendenon, Third in English, Logic, and Political 

Economy, Belfast 

. Wamoek, James, 4 Third in Buthematical Scienoe, . . Belfast 

> Judge of the High Court of Bombay. 

> Olyil Service of India, First Place, by competitioo. 
'President, Wesleyan College, St John's, K.B. 

4 Inspector of National Schools, by competition. 



LyleTrhomas, 
Mulligan, James, 

Muir, Wniiam, . 

Shillidy, John, . 
, Vint, Robert, . 
' Adrinn, Rinmse, 



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UirXTEBSITT HOHOH8. 



iCmning, James, 
Duggan, John, • 

Ditto, 
Johnson, Robert^ 

Ditto, 
Mmhonr, John^ . 

Ditto, 
•Mitchell, Robt. John, 
'SBarkley, David G. . 
Ford, Patrick, . 
Johnston, John W. . 
M^Ghiire, Edward, . 
Ditto, 
. Robb, Jas. Gbrdner, . 

' Gibson, Jamei, . 
Hooper, Charles J. . 

Ditto, 
M'CalUn, John F. . 
Moorhead, John, 

Ditto, 
^Palmer, Edmund J. . 

Ditto, 
Pettigrew, Francis, . 
*WeBt, Raymond, 
Ditto, 
r Arnold, Robert J. 
{ 'Millar, Joseph Allan, 
t O'Leazy, Richard, . 

''^Bartler, Acheson G. . 

Ditto, 
*Corkey, Joseph, 



Cork. 

Belfast. 

Cork& 
Galway. 
. Galway. 
Belfast. 
Gal way. 
Gal way. 
Ghdway. 

Belfast. 



Qaoea*s College. 
First in Chem. and Chem. Physics, . Belfast. 
First in Pure Mathematics, 
First in Mixed Mathematics. 
First in Logics and Metaphysics, 
Second in Jurisp. and Poutical Econ. 
First in English, ... 1 
Second in Continental Languages, f 
First in Ancient Classics, . 
Second in Natural Sciences, 
Second in Mixed Mathematics, . 
Second in Logics and Metaphysics, . 
Second in Pure Mathematics, . 
Second in Chem. and Chem. Phys. 
Second in English, . 

1S55. 

First in English, 

First in Junsp. and Polit. Econ. 

Second in Logic and Metaphysics, 

First in Logic and Metaphysics, 

First in Natural Sciences, 

Second in Chemistry. 

First in Pure Mathematics, , 

First in Mixed Mathematics. 

First in Continental Languages, 

First in Ancient Classics, 

First in Physics. 

Second in Continental Languages, 

Second in Pure Mathematics, • 

Second in Ancient Classics, 

1856. 
First in Physics, 
First in Chemistry. 
First in Jurisp. and Political Econ. 



Belfast. 
Cork& 
ChilwaT. 
Belfast. 



} 



Belfast. 
Cork. 

Belfiut. 
Galway. 

Belfast. 
Belfast. 
Cork. 

Belfast. 



Graham, Hugh Clarke, First in Logic and Metaphysics, 
TM'Parland, John, - • - •• • 



Bel&st. 
Belfast. 
Belfast. 



First in English, 
Ditto,' . Vint in Continental Lan^piages. 

Ditto, . Second in Ancient Classics. 

, Sinclair, Thomas, . First in Pure Mathematics, . . Belfast. 
' Arnold, Pierce, . Second in Continental Laognages, • Gklway. 

Ditto, . . Third in Ancient Classics. 
Whan, Wm. Taylor, . Second in Natural Sciences, . • Belfast. 

1857. 
r Bateman, Itichd. 0. . First in Physics, .... Galway. 
I Davidson, J. . . First in Ancient Classics, . . Belfast. 

1 ProfiBSSor of Medidne, Queen's College, BeUkst; formerly Examiner in 
Medicine, Queen's UniTcrsity. 

s Late Inspector of National Schools, 1^ competition ; ibrmerly Astrono* 
mlcal Assistant in the Obsenratorj of the Earl of Bosse ; Inapeotor, Begistrar^ 
General's OfBee, Ireland. 

a CItU Serriee of India, hy competition. 

* Army Medical Service, by competition. 

• Judge of the High Court of Bombay. 
< Boyal Engineers, by oompetition. 

7 Late Harrington Lecturer. 



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Gonld, MiehMl, 

Ditto, 

Ditto, 

M'G»Y, A. R. B. 

Ditto, 
Maeloikie,G. . 
iMonroe, John, . 
•O'Connor, William, 
_ Pa^n Samael, 

Davidson, Thoma«, 
'I 'Wilson, J. 

Mooie, John H. 
Ditto, 



Murphy, Andw. Cfaaa. First in English; 



First in Gontinantal Languages, 

First in Mixed Mathematics. 

Second in Pure Mathematics. 

First in Englbh, 

Second in Logic and Metaphjiics. 

First in Natural Sciences, 

First in Jurisp. and Political Eoon« 

First in Pure Mathematics, 

First in Chemistry, 

Second in Continental Languages, 

Second in Ancient Classics, 

1858. 
First in Mixed Mathematics, • 
First in Physics. 



Queen's College. 



Ditto, 

Ditto, 
•O^Kinealy, James, 

Ditto, 

Ditto, 
^O'Neill, George F. 

Ditto, 

Ditto, 



First in Logic and Metaphysics. 

Third in Modem Languages. 

First in Pure Mathematics, • 

Second in Chemistry. 

Third in Natural Sciences. 

First in Jurisp. and Political Econ. 

Second in Knglish. 

Second in Modem Languages. 



aSmyih, Thomas Watt, First in Chemistry, 



Ditto, 
' Milling, James, 
•Mulliffan, William J. 

Ditto, 

Ditto, 

Ditto, 
•PorUr, John S. 

Ditto, 
*Spedding, Robert D. 
Goold, James, . 



Second in Physics. 
Second in Natural Sciences, 
Second in Classics, . 
Second in Logic and Metaphysies. 
Third in Encfish. 
Fourth in Modem Languaces. 
athematies, 



Cork. 



. Belfast 

. Belfast. 
. Galway. 
. Cork. 
. Belfast. 
. Belfast 
. Belfast 

• Galwaj. 

. Belfast. 



Galway. 



Galway. 



Belfast. 

Belfast. 

Belfast. 



Belfast. 



'•Burden, Henry, 
7M'Crea, John, m.d. 
•Martin, Wm. Thos. 
Martin, Wm. Todd, 

Ditto, 
4 «Seymour, Michl. S. 

Ditto, 

Ditto, 
■Thynne, Henry, 

Ditto, 

DiUo, 



. Cork. 
Cork. 

Belfast. 

Belfast. 
Galway. 



Second in Pure Mathematics, 
Second in Mixed Mathematics. 
Third in Classics, 
Third in Pure Mathematics, 

1859. 
First in Natural Sciences, i 
First in Chemistrr, . . » 
First in Modem Languages. 
First in Eng. Language & Literature, Belfiut. 
First in Loffic ana Metaphysics, Belfast. 

First in Junsp. and Political Econ. . Cork. 
Second in Eng. Language & Literature, Cork. 
Second in Modem Languages, . . Cork. 
First in Mathematics, . • . Galway. 
First in Mathematical Physics, . . Gklway. 
First in Elxperimental Physics, . Galway. 

1 Law Studentship, Inns of Conrt, London, by competition ; formerly 
Bxamlner in Juzisprudence and Political Economy, Queen's UniTerslty. 

* Royal Engineers, by competition. 

* Clyil Serrioe of India, by competition. 

* Inspector of Schools, by oompltition. 

* Second Flaoe GItII Senrice of India, by competition, 1859. 
< Bemonstrator of Anatomy, Queen's College, Belfkst. 

* Army Medieal Service, by competition. 

' Snb-Inspeetor Constabulary, by direct appoftatment. 

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UiriVSBSlTY HONORS. 



Lynftm, Ji 
iMacafee, Darid L. 

tPwke, DftTid R. 



Qito«ii*a CoU«gi» 

Second in Jorisp. and Political Eoon. Oaliraj. 

, Second in Ancient Classics« . • Belfast 

ACork. 
. Second in MathematicB, . . • Bel&st. 

I860. 



f Chestnut, Joseph W. 
I Connor, Charles C, , 
I Ditto, 

j Donnell, Robert, 
! Ditto, 

■MacAuliffe, Michael, . 
Ditto, 

>M'Kane, John, . 

G^Hara, Charles, 

Ditto, 
Popham, John F. 

Ditto, 
Ridings, Henry S. . 
Ditto, 
' Browne, Daniel, 
Cleary, Arthur P. . 
^Hamilton, Alexander, 
Hamilton, Alexander, 
<Kane, Hugh S. . 
■M'Watters, Qeorge, . 
Ditto, 
\ 40'Hara, Thomas, 
Ditto, 
Ditto, 
O'Regan, John, 
•Power, Pierce Q. . 
fTestro, D. M'Mollen, 

Ditto, 
, Boyd. William S. . 

Atkinson, John, 
7Birkmyre, James, 

Buick, Geo. Raphael 
6M*Gaw,Jo8p.Thobum, 

Seath, John, . 
•Watters, Thomas, . 



First in Natural Sciences, . • 

First in Chemistnr, 

Third in Modem Languages. 

First in English, 

First in Juris, and Polit. Economy. 

First in Modern Languages, 

Fourth in Classics. 

First in Logic and Metaphysics, 



& 



Belfast. 
Belfast. 

Bel&st 

Qalway 

. Bel&st 
Galway. 
Galway 

Cork. 

Core. 

Cork. 

Belfast. 

Belfast. 

Belfast. 
Belfast. 

Galway. 



First in Experimental Physics, 

Second in Chemistry. 

First in Mathematical Physics, . 

Second in Chemistry. 

First in Mathematics, • . • 

Third in Mathematical Physics. 

Second in Modem Languages. . 

Second in Classics, . . Cork & 

Second in English, . . • • 

Third in Classics. 

Second in Natural Sciences, 

Second in Mathematical Physics, 

Third in Mathematics. 

Second in Logic and Metaphysics, 

Second in Jurisp. and Polit. Economy. 

Third in Endish. 

Second in Experimental Physics, • Cork. 

Second in Chemistry, .... Cork. 

Second in Logic and Metaphysics, . Cork. 

Fourth in Mathematics. 

Third in Jurisp. and Polit. Economy, . Belfast. 

1661. 
First in Mathematical Science, . . Galway. 
First in Modem Languages, . Belfast. 

First in Experimental Science, . . Belfast. 
First in Logic, English Lit. & MeUph. Bel&st 
First in Natural Science, . . BelfiasL 

First in Logic, Englisli Lit. & Metaph. Bel&st. 

1 Revising Barrister, Northern District, Lancaster. 

5 CItU Serrioe of India, by competition. 

s Barrington Lecturer; formerly Examiner in Jnrispnideiioe aadPolitieal 
Economy, Queen's Uniyersity. 
4 Inspector of Schools, by competition, 
c Geological Surrey of India. 

6 Amy Medical Service, by competitioii. 

f Engineer, Publie Works of India, by oorapetitloii. 
8 Professor of Logic, BeUes Lettres, and RheteiiS| UM9t% CttUaga, Lwdoa . 
derry. 
* Consular Serriec, Ohina, by competition. 



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197 



Qvoen'aCoUe «. 
> Wilson, ThoB.N6ibitt, First in Ancient ausies, . Oalmy. 

Ditto, . . Second in Modern Languages. 

'Canninghun, William, Second in Logic, MetapE. & PoL Econ. Galwaj. 
Kane, IU>bert Romney, Second in Natural Science, . Cork. 

Ditto, . . Second in Logic, Hist, and Polit Econ. Cork. 

^Retdy Wm. Joseph, . Second in Experimental Science, . Gal way. 
»#_ j.« rm- .pj^y^ jj^ i^gi^jj^ Metaph. & Pol. Econ. Galway. 

1862. 
First in Classics, .... Belfast. 
Second in Modem Languages. 
First in Experimental Science, . . Belfast. 
"••-'' • * " • Belfaat. 



Uadall, Thomas, 

r*A8ton,WimamGeo. 
Ditto, 
Doffin, Adam, . 



L6ebody,Jno.Robinson,Firstin Mathematical Science, . 



«Park, John, 
•Raid, Robert. . 

Allen, Hamilton L. 

Buick, David, . 

Dixon, William, 

Edgar, Robert M'Ch. 
»Hurl6y, Patrick, 
' Henry, John Edgar, 



First in Logic, MeUph. , &Polit. Econ. Belfast, 
First in Experimental Science, . . Belfast. 
Second in Classics, .... Bellisst. 
Second in Natural Science, . Belfast. 

Second in Logic, Eng., & Metaphysics, Belfast. 
Second in Logic, Metaph., &Poi. Econ. Belfast. 
Second in Logic, En^., & Metaphysics, Galway< 



Third in Natural Science, , 



'King, ^lian Aims^. Third in Mathematical Science, . 
Ditto, . —...--' 



Belfast. 
Gal way. 



Third in Modem Languages. 

1863. 
First in Logic, Metaph., & Pol. Econ. Belfast. 
First in Natural Science, . . . Belfast. 
First in Experimental Science, . . Belfast. 
First in Classics, .... Belfast. 
First in Modern Languages, . . Belfast. 
Second in Classics, .... Cork. 
Second in Logic, Metaph. & Pol. Econ. Belfast'. 
Second in Logic, English Language 
and Literature, and Metaphysics, . Galway. 
MttlhoUand, William, Second in Logic, Metaph. & Pol. Econ. Galway. 
'O^Brien, Michael, . Second in Logic, Enriish Language 

and Literature, and History, . . Cork. 
Russell, James, . . Second in Experimental Science, . Belfast. 
1 •Smith, William M*L. Second in Mathematical Science, . Belfast. 

Ditto, « • Second in Experimental Science. 
Wells, Tollerton L. . Second in Modem Languages, . . Belfast. 
Second in Logic, Metaph. & PoL Econ. Belfast. 
Second in Natural Science. 



rn>odd,WUUamH., 
I Hamilton, Thomas, 
\ •Hanter, John, . 
I Leitoh, Matthew, 
(^M'MuUen, Samuel J, 
Beamish, James M., 
Houston, Thomas, 
Killen, James B. 



Wilson, Geom, 
Workman, B^rt, 
f Hare, GnstaTna J. C. 



Third in Modem Languages, 
I Heron, Alexander, . Third in Elxperimentai Science, 



Galway. 
Belfiuit. 



1 Ctril Serrlee of India, by compedtlon. 
s Consular Serrlee, Japan, by competition. 

• Frofestor of Mathematics, Magee Onllnge, Londonderry. 

4 Professor of Logic and Metaphysics, Queen's College, Belfast, 
s CtTil Serrlee of Ceykm, first place, by competition, 1866. 
6 District Judge, Ceylon. 

• Head Master, Endowed School, Bangor, Co. Bown. 

• Professor of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy, King's College Uni- 
ersity, N.S. 

• Professor of English Literature, Imperial CoUege, Pddn. 
>* Professor of Mathematics, DoTeton College, Calcutta. 



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UNIVERSITY UOKOR8. 



Kelly, Thomai, . 
Ron, John R. . 

Rtu, Thomaa, . 
iSbarkey, E. d« La 6. 
Stevelly, Robert S. , 



r GleeWd, Robert, 
J Dobbin, William, . 
1 iMacdonnelLAntbonyP. 
L W»ir, iBaac, . . 



'*Dill, Samuel, . 
Dill, Samuel Marcus, 
Dougherty ,Jaa. Brown, 

lEvmns, Richardson, . 
M'Clure, Edmund, . 
Padin, Thomas, 

Park, William, 
Wilson, James Alexr. 

<^»Wood, John Edward, 

' ' Beck, John Fritz, . 
Dick, James, . 
M*Dermott, John, 
Scott, Jamei Orr, 

Stenkart, William T. . 
Ward, Marcus J. B.. 
Weir, Thomas, . 
«Wilkinson, Hiram S. 



Queen's College. 
Third in Logic, Hist, and Polit Econ. Cork. 
Third in Logic, Enflish Ttsimiage and 

Literature, and Political ^onomy, Galway. 
Third in Classics, .... Cork. 
Third in Classics, . Galway & Beirut. 

Third in Mathematical Science, . Belfast. 

1864. 

First in Mathematical Science, . Belfast. 

First in Natural Science, . . . Belfast. 

First in Mod. Continental Languages, Gklway. 

First in Logic, English Laneuago and 

Literature, and Metaphysics, .Belfast. 

Second in Ancient Classics, , . Belfast. 

Second in Experimental Science, . Belfast. 

Second in Logic, Metaphysics, and 
Political Economy, . . . Bel&st. 

Second in Ancient Classics, . . Cork. 

Second iu Modem Languages, . • Belfast. 

Second in Logic, Ennish Language 
and Literature, and Metaphysics, . Galway. 

Second in Ancient Classics, . . Belfast. 

Second in Logic, Enfflish Language and 

Literature, and Metaphysics, . . Belfiut. 

Second in Logic, English Languageand 
Literature, and Political Economy, Galway. 

Third in hlxperimental Science, . Belfast. 

Third in Ancient Classics, . . Belfast. 

Third in Ancient Clastics, . . Belfast. 

Third in Logic, Metaphysics, and Po- 
litical Economy, .... Belfast. 

Third in Experimental Science, . Cork. 

'1 bird in Natural Science, . . Belfast. 

Third in Mod. Continental Langiiages, Belfast. 

Third in Mod. Continental Languages, Belfast. 



1865. 
{ Forsyth, Samuel, . First in Experimental Science, . Galway. 

iMarcel,Jas. Augttstine,First in Modem Languages, . • Cork. 

Moorhead, William R. First in Logic, Metaphysics, and Poli- 
tical Economy, .... Galway. 

*Shaw, Jaa. Johnston, First in Logic, Metaphysics, and Poli- 
tical Economy, .... Belfast. 

Smyth, Wm. John, First in Natural Science, . . . BeUut. 

WallaceJohnBeattie, First in Experimental Science, . . Bel&st. 

Wilson,]SdwardD. J. First in Classics ; Second in Modem 
Languages; and Third in English, 
Metaphysic8,and Political Economy, Cork. 

1 OlTfl Berrice of India, 1^ oompetitiou. 

> Fellow of Corpus Chrlsti, and Lecturer at Lincoln College, Oxford. 
* Inspector of National Schools, by competition. 

4 Consular Serrioe, Japan, by competition. Studentship, Inns of Courts 
London, 1871. 
6 Professor of Metaphysics and Ethics, Magee College, Londonderry. 



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199 



QnMB*i College. 

Second in Classics, .... Belfast. 

Second in Logic, Metaphysics, and 
Political Economy, . . . Cork. 

Second in Mathematical Science, and 

Second in Natural Science, . . Galway. 
Second in Mathematical Science, . Belfast. 
Second in English, Logic, and Metaph. Galvray. 
Second in English, Logic, and Metaph. Belfast. 
Second in Modem Languages, . Galway. 

Third in English, Logic^andMetaphysics, Belfast. 
Third in Experimental Science, . . Cork. 
Third in Mathematical Science, . . Cork. 

Third in Classics Belfast. 

Third in Modem Languages, . Galway 

Third in Classics, .... Galway. 

1866. 

First in Experimental Science, • Belfast. 

First in Natural Science, . . . BelfiASt. 

First in Ancient Classics, . . Bel&st. 

First in Experimental Science, . Belfast. 

First in Ancient Classics, and First in 
Logic, Metaphysics, and Political 
Economy, B«l£ut. 

Second in I^nglish, History, and Poll- 
tical Economy, .... Belfast. 

Second in Mathematical Science* . Belfast. 

Second in Experimental Science, . Galway. 

Second in McAiera Languages, . . Belfast. 

Second in Modem Languages, . • Galway. 

Second in Experimental Science, . Bel£sst. 

Second in Logic, Metaphysics, & Poli- 
tical Economy, . . Belfisst* 

Second in Ancient Classics, . . Galway. 

Second in Experimental Science, . Belfast. 

Second in English, History, and Poli- 
tical Economy, .... Belfast. 

Second in Ancient Classics, . . Belfast. 

Second in Modem Language . . Galway. 

Second in Experiments Science, . Cork. 

Second in Mathematical Science, . Bel&st. 

Second in Mathematical Science, . Beliisst. 

Third in Mathematical Science, . Cork. 

Third in Ancient Classics, . . GhUway. 

Third in Ancient Classics, . . Galway. 



iChamberB,RohtM*C 
Connor, John, . 

Deane, Heniy, . 

Fleminff, S. M<D. E. 
M*Donald, Pnmcis, . 
O'Conor, Wm. Fred. 
Winder, James, 
Andrews, Samuel, . 
"Cbatterton, James, . 
Dann, Alfred George, 
Leitch, William, . 
M*Kenzie, John, 
l^Wilw>n, Wm.Neshitt, 

•Bottomley, Jas. Thos. 

(ireer, Thomas, 
«Hall, John Carey, . 

Jamison, J. Watcon, . 

Torrens, James, 



Carlile, James Bfarttn, 

Hewitt, John, . 

Hoetor, Wm. Francis, 

Holmes, Robert A. K. 
•Hughes, William, . 
«M*CaUam, John, 

M'Mordie, WiUiam, . 

TMacSwinney, Bobt. F. 
Martin, James, . 
*Murphy, James Edw. 

^Newsome,JamesC. . 

0*Connor, Thomas P. 

Sandiford, Thomas H. 
I Smitii,HughM'Laren, 
i. Young, Samuel, 
f Burke, John, . 

Burke, Michael, 
I Clancy, John J. 

1 Head Master, Rqyal Academic Institution, Londonden7. 
t Army Medical Serrice, by competition, 1869. First place at First and 
nnal Examination. 

s Assistant Professor of Chemistry, King^s College, Tiondon. 

• Consular Senrice, Japan, by competition. 

• Engineer, Public Works of India, by competition. 
« Inspector of National Schools, by competition. 

f First Class Exhibition in the Law of Real Property, Inns of Court, Lon* 
4on,1871. 

• CiTfl BepTioe of India, by competition. 



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200 UN1VXR*8ITT UONOR8. 

QtteeB*a CoUafe. 
iGamble, John, . . Third in English, Hist. & Pol. Kcon. Belfast. 

Johnston, William M. Third in Logic, MeUph. & Pol. Econ. Ghdway. 

Killen, John M. . Third in English, Hist, & Pol. Econ. Galvraj. 

Mills, John WiUiam, Third in English, Logic, fc Metaph. Cork. 

O^Neill, Richd. Eras. Thiid in English, Logic, and History, Cork. 

Runell, Charles C. . Third in Experimental Science, . Belfast. 

. Wallace, William, . Third in Logic, History, & Pol. Econ. Belfast. 

1867. 

'*AngIin,Arthnr Henry, First in Mathematical Science, . . Cork. 
Brooke, William, . First in Mathematical Science, . . Galway 
Charles, John James, . First in Experimental Science, and 

First in Natural Science, . . Belfast. 
Craig, John Walker, . First iu Ancient Classics, . Belfast. 

M'Farlane,Rt. Adams, First in Logic, Metaphysics, and Poll- 

tical Economy, .... Galway. 
Moore, William, . First in Modem Lanniages, . . Belfast. 
. Rogeia, William, . First in Logic, Metoph., & Pol. Econ. Belfast. 
' Ben, William John, • Second in Mathematical Science, . Bjsllast. 
Brooke,. John, . • Second in English, History, and Poli- 
tical Economy, .... Galway. 
FitzGerald, Wm. Greo. Second iu Ancient Classics, . . Cork. 
Griffin, Thomas, . Second in Modem Languages, . . Galway. 
Hamilton, Beniamm, . Second in Ancient Classics, . . Cork. 
•Mac Aulay, Colman P. Second in Ancient Classics, . . (Hlway. 
M'Mordie, Hans, . Second in Logic, Metaphysics, and 

Political Economy. . . Belfast. 

Magnire, Thomas, . Second in English, ilistoiy, and Poli- 
tical Economy, .... Galway. 
Marshall, John, . Second in Ancient Classics, . . Galway. 

*Mo&teath, James, • Second in Ancient Classics; and in 

Logic, Metaphysics, and Polit Econ. Belfast. 
Bentonl, J. Lawrence, Second in English, History, and Poli- 
tical Economy, .... Belfast. 
Ronan, Stephen, . Second in Logic, Metaphysics, and Po- 
litical Kconomy, .... Cork. 
Thompson, Isaac, . Second in Modem Languages, . . Belfast. 
Walsh, Michael, . Second in Experimental Science, . Galway. 
^^Wylie, James ONrens, Second in Mathematical Science, . Bel&st. 
' Dick, William, . . Third in Ancient Classics, . . Belfast. 

GiUeapie,MicfaL Joaph. Third in Natural Science, . . Galway. 

M^Call, Robt. Alfrod, Third in Logic, Metaphysics, and Poli- 
tical Economy, . . . . Galway. 
Moffett, Samuel, . Third in Ancient Classics, . . Galway. 

Moloney, Michael, . Third in Ancient Classics, . . Cork. 

Thomson, William . Third in History, Looie, and Metaph. Galway. 
Waddell, Hugh, . iWd in Logic, Metaphysics, and Poli- 
tical Economy, .... Belfast. 
Wylie, Robert Beatty, Third in Logic, MeUphysics, and Poll- 
^ tical Economy, .... Belfast. 

1 Late Professor of Languages, Egleswood Military Academy, New Jeiaey^ 
ir.S. ; Head Master, OoUegiate Academy, Conton, Ohio, U.S. 
•Mathematical Master, Wesleyan College, Sheffield. 
• Ciril Serriee of India, by competition. 
4 Exhibition, Inns of Coort, London, 1871. 



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191 



^ietmd in Ancient Clusicsv Gnlwav & Cork. 
Second in English History, and Political 

EconomT, Qahraj-* 

Third in English, Logic, and Politictd 

Economy, Galw&j;» 

Third in Engliih, HJstozy, and Political 

Economy, Belfast* 

Third in English^ History, and Political 

Economy, Cork. 

1870. 

' Asder8on,Richd. John, First in Experimental Science, . Belfast. 

Cowan, James, . . First in Ancient Classics, . . . Belfast. 
Kirkpatrick, Wm. T. First in English, Metaphysics, and 

History, Bel&st. 

First in Experimental Science; and 



I Marthall, John, 
I iWest, Raymond, 

f F1tzpatrick,John, 

Meeke, Moses, 

Moloney, Michael, 



*S6ott,Ro«, 
■Stack, Edwaxd,. 



Second in Mathematical Science, .Belfast 



Wilkin, James, . 
' Dmmmond, Michael, 
•Henr;, Wm. Edwd., 

Maguire, Thomas, 



First in Ancient Classics; and First 

in Modem Languages, . . . Belfast. 
First in Ancient Ulaesics, . . . Belfast. 
Second in Ancient Classics, . . Chdway* 
Second in Ancient Classics, . . Gal way. 
Second in English, History, and Po- 
litical Economy, .* . . . Galway. 
Wilson, R. Buchanan, Second in English, Logic, and Meta- 
physics, Galway. 

' Brooke, John, . . Third in English, History, and Political 

Economy, Cblway.. 

Czookshank,ChaB.Hy. Third in Logic, History, and Political 

Economy, . . . « . Cork. 

1871. 
' LewisjW. Llewellyn, First in Eiperiraental Science, . . Galway. 
' * First in Logic, History, and Political 

Economy, Belfast. 

First in Ancient Clasucs; and Third 
in Logic, Metaphysics, and Political 
Economy, . . Belfisst & Galway. 

First in Ancient Classics; and First 

in Modem Langosges, . . Bel&st. 
FirstinLogic, Metaphysics, & History, Belfisst. 
First in Modem Languages, . . Belfisst. 
Second in Eiperimental Science, . Cork. 
Second in Natural Science, . . Cork. 
Dick, William, . . Second in Ancient CI assies, . .Belfast;. 
^ Dewar, Elliot Paxton, Third in MathematicalScience, . . Belfast. 
Eaton, Thomas, • . Third in Logic, Metaphysics, and Po- 
litical Economy Galway. 

«Hoiaa, Thomas, . Third in Mathematical Science, . Cork. 

M'Kenzie, John, . Third in Ancient Uaaucs, Belfast dt Galway. 
Todd^obkUendenon, Third in English, Logic, and Political 

Eeonomr, Bel&st 

. Wanock, James, « Third in Biatheniatical Seieaoe, . 

> Judge of the High Court of Bombay. 

t OlTll Serrice of India, First Place, by eompetttloa. 

• President, Wssleyan CoUege, St. John's, N.B. 

* Inspector of National Schools, by competition. 



1 



Lyle, Thoi 
Mulligan, James, 

Muir, Wniiam, . 

Slullidy, John, . 
^ Vint, Robert, . 
• AtkinA, Rinffrose, 

Benson, Phil. Lambert, Second in Natural Science, 



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UmVERSITT HONORS. 



< ' Andenon, Richd. J. . 
Drammond, Michl. . 
OloTer, Ralpli Ftm. . 
H6azle,HeiuTChas. 
M*GartneT, »uniiel, . 
Mair, Williun, • 

Mnlligui, James (of 
Annaclone), 
Ditto, . 

Wilkin, Jamei, . 
Wilson, R. B. S. 
Brett, James Robt . 
Chestnut, John, 

Drory, Richd. John, . 
ForsYthe, Neill, 
HElliday.JohnT. . 

Keegm, Peter, 

ICaesnky, Wm. J. . 

IfBride, Robert, . 

Magill, David, 

iMagill, James, 
Megarry, James, 
Rearden, Thos. D. . 

^ Rentonl, Jas. Alex. . 



Qnean*8 Cottege. 

8eeond in Experimental Sesenee, . Belfsst. 

Second in Ancient Classics, . Galwny. 

Second in Mathematieal Scienee, . Galwnj. 

Second in Ancient Classics, . Cork. 

Second in Experimental Science, . Belfast 

Second in Modem Languages, • Belfast. 

Second in Ancient Classics, . . Belfiut. 

Second in Lojpc, Metaphysics, and Poli- 
tical Economy. 

Second in Ancient Classics, . Belfast. 

Second in £n^Ii8h,Logic,&Metaphysics, Galwmy. 

Third in Ancient Clusics, . . Cork. 

Third in English, History, and Poli- 
tical Economy .... Cork. 

Third in Ancient Classics, . Galway. 

Third in Ancient Classics, . . Belfast. 

Third in English, History, and Poli- 
tical Economy, .... Belfast. 

Third in Logic, Metaphysics, and Poli- 
tical Economy, .... Belfisst. 

Third in Logic, Metaphysics, and Poli- 
tical Economy Bel£ut 

Third in Logic, Metaphysics, and Poli- 
tical Economv, .... Bel&st. 

Third in Logic, Metaphysics, and Poli* 

tical Economy, .... Belfast. 

Third in Expenmental Science, . . Cork. 

Third in Experimental Science, . . Belfast. 

Third in Logic, Metaphysics, and Poli- 
tical Economy, .... Cork. 

Third in Modem Languages, . Bel&st 



r Atkins, Rinnose, 
J 'Harrison, John Heniy, 
] Moran, John, 
t^ Vint, Robert, . 
f Benson, PhUip L. 
Lyle, Thomas, . 

M*Kinney,Saml.B.G. 
M«Mordie, Robt. Jas. 
Maxwell, William J. 
Shillidy, John, . 

Wamock, James, 
Bailey, Wm. Henry, . 
Dewar, Elliot Paxton, 
Gilmore, William J. . 
SHoran, Thomas, 



1870. 

First in Experimental Science, . • Cork. 

First in Mathematical Science, . . Galway. 

First in English, History, and Logic, Galway. 

First in Modem Languages, . . Belfast. 

Second in Natural Science, . . Cork. 

Second in Logic, Metaphyucs, and 

Political Economy, . . . Bel£ut. 

Second in Experimental Science, . Ghdway. 

Second in Experimental Science, . BelfssL 

Second in Ancient Classics, . Belfast. 

Second in History, Logic, and Meta- 
physics, Belfast 

Second in Mathematical Science, . Belfast. 

Third in Natural Science, . . Bel&st 

Third in Mathematical Science, . Belfast. 

Third in Experimental Science, . Bel&st. 

Third in Mathematical Science, . Cork. 



I First place Army Medical Serrice, by competition. 

s Citll Service of India, by competition. 

■ Inspector of National Schools, by competition. 



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203 



Qaaen*! CoIl«g«* 
Neville, "nmothj, . Third in English, History, and Political 

Economv, Cork. 

Taylor, Joieph Field, Third in Logic, Metaphysics, and Po- 
litical Economy Bel&st. 

Todd, Robert H., . lliird in Logic, Metaphysics, and Po> 

litical Economy, . . . .Galway 
^ Wilson, Daniel, • Third in Ancient Classics, . . Cork. 

1871. 

First in Experimental Science, . 
First in Mathematical Science; and 

Third in English, Metaphysics, and 

Political Economy, 
First in Modem Languages, 
First in Mathematical Science, . 
First in Ancient Classics, . 
First in Ancient Classics, . 
First in English, Logic, and History, 
Brown,'Wm. Wallace, Second in Logic, Metaphysics, and 

Political Economy, 



iBlyth, Wm. Dunbar, . 
Concannon, Patrick, . 



Cnnningham, Josias, . 
M*Farland, John Hen 
M*Master, James, 
Moorhead, James, 
^ MullaUy, Michael, 
f Brown Wm. Wall 



Colthunt,LndlowTon- 
son, 

Croke, John 0*Byme, 

M'Cartie, Charles Jos. 

M'Kee, Robert,. 

Mitchell, Robert, 

Morris, George Joseph, 
*Stronge,Sam. English, 
^ J'aylor, Wm. Charles, 
' Ckrke, John, . 

Munro, J. Edwin C. . 

0*Connor, Peter P. 

Fen^Ion, 
Shiel, Joseph Robert, . 

Wallace, Robert, 



Second in Natural Science, 
Second in Mathematical Science, 
Second in Mathematical Science, 
Second in Natural Science, 
Second in Ancient Classics, 
Second in Ancient Classics, 
Second in Ancient Classics, 
Second in Ancient Classics, 
Third in Mathematical Science, 
Third in English, History, and Politi- 
cal Economy, .... 

Third in Experimental Science, 
Third in English, Metaphysics, and 

Political Economy, . . 
Third in English, History, and Politi- 
cal Economy, . . . . 



Cork. 

Galway. 

Belfast. 
Belfast. 
Belfast. 
Galway. 
Galway. 

Belfast. 

Cork. 

Galway. 

Cork. 

Belfast. 

Galway. 

Belfast. 

Belfast. 

Cork. 

Belfast. 

Belfast. 

Galway. 

Galway. 

Bel&st. 



Dick, John, 
Freyer, Peter Johnson, 
Hynes, James J. 
Lynam, James, . 

Ross, William, . 
Corr, Wm. Richard, . 
Gorham, James John, 
Killen, James Miller, 
Laird, Caleb Shera, . 

MarweU, William H. 
Rentoal^.flamilton, 

< dvO Serriee of India, by competition. 

' Inspeetor of National Schools, by competition. 



1872. 
First in Ancient Classics, . 
First in Experimental Science, . . 
First in Ancient Classics, . 
First in English, Metaphysics, and 

HistoxT. 

First in Experimental Science, . 

Second in Modem Lanraages, . 

lentu Science, 



Second in Experiment 

Second in Natural Science, 

Second in Logic, Metaphysics, and 

Political Economy, 
Second in Ancient dsasies, 
Second in Mathematical Seienoe, . 



Belfast. 
Ghtlway. 
Cork. 

Galway. 

Belfast. 

BeUast 

Galwar. 

Belfast. 

Belfast. 
Galway. 
Belfast. 



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UNIYBBSITT HOHOBS. 



iCuming, Jamei, 
Dnggan, John, • 

Ditto, 
Johnson, Robert, 

Ditto, 
Mahony, John, . 

Ditto, 
•Mitchell, Robt. John, 
'aBarkley, David G. . 
Ford, Patrick, . 
Johnston, John W. . 
M^Ouire, Edward, . 
Ditto, 
. Robb, Jas. Chtfdner, . 

' Gibson, James, . 
Hooper, Charles J. • 

Ditto, 
M'Calhm, John F. . 
Moorhead, John, 

Ditto, 
^Palmer, Edmnnd J. . 

Ditto, 
Pettigrew, Francis, • 
^West, Raymond, 
Ditto, 

{Arnold, Robert J. 
■MUUr, Joseph Allan, 
O'Leary, Richard, . 

f^Bartler, Aeheson G. . 
Ditto, 
»Corkey, Joseph, 



Q«oeB*s Con«^. 
First in Chem. and CSiem. Phjiies, . Belfaat. 
First in Pure Mathematics, . . Cork. 
First in Mixed Mathematics. 
First in Logics and Metaphysics, • BelCui. 
Second in Jurisp. and Political Eeon. 
First in English. ... 1 Cork & 
Second in Continental Languages, J Galway. 
First in Ancient Classics, . . . Ghdway. 
Second in Natural Sciences, . . Belfast. 
Second in Mixed Mathematics, . . Galway. 
Second in Logics and Metaphysics, . Galway. 
Second in Pure Mathematics, • " 

Second in Chem. and Chem. Phys. 
Second in English, . 

1855. 

First in Enj^lish, . • . 
First in Junsp. and Polit. Econ. 
Second in Logic and Metaphysics, 
First in Logic and Metaphysics, 
First in Natural Sciences, 
Second in Chemistry. 
First in Pure Mathematics, • 
First in Mixed Mathematics. 
First in Continental Languages, 
First in Ancient Classics, 
First in Physics. 

Second in Continental Languages, 
Second in Pure Mathematics, . 
Second in Ancient Classics, 

1856. 

First in Physics, • . 

First in Chemistry. 

First in Jurisp. and Political Econ. 



Galway. 
Belfast. 

. Belfast. 
\ Corkfc 
J Galwar. 

. Belfast. 
) Galway 
f& Belfast. 

. Cork. 

. Belfast. 

.'Galway. 

Belfast. 
Belfast. 
Cork. 



Belfast. 



Graham, Hugh Clarke, First in Logic and Metaphysics, 



Belfast. 
Belfast. 
Belfast. 



TM'Parland, John, . First in English, 

Ditto, . First in Continental Languages. 

Ditto, . Second in Ancient Classics. 

Sinclair, Thomas, . First in Pure Mathematics, 

Arnold, Pierce, . Second in Continental Langnagei, 

Ditto, . • Third in Ancient Classics. 
^ Whan, Wm. Taylor, . Second in Natural Sciences, 

1857. 
r Bateman, Itichd. C. . First in Physics, 
I Davidson, J. . . First in Ancient Classics, 

1 Professor of Medicine, Queen's College, BeUkst; fnmerly Examiner in 
Medicine, Queen's University. 

• Late Inspector of National Schools, hj 6onq»etitlon ; formerly Astrono- 
mical Assistant in the Observatory of the Sail of Bosfe ; Inspeotor, Registrar- 
General's Oflioe, Ireland. 

> Civil Service of India, by competition. 

• Army Medical Service, by competition. 

• Jodge of the High Court of Bombay. 
9 Boyal Eogineers, by competition. 

7 Late Banington Lecturer. 



Belfast. 
Galway. 

Belfiwt. 

Galway. 
. Belfast. 



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195 



Gould, MiohMl, 

Ditto, 

Ditto, 

M*CftT, A. R. B. 

Ditto, 
Macloflkie, G. . 
iMonn>«, John, . 
•O'Connor, William, 
, Patton Samuel, 
Davidson, Thonuu, 
•WilBon, J. 

' Mooie, John U. 
Ditto, 



Marphr, Andw. Chas. First in Englisbj 



Fint in Contindntal Languages, 
Fint in Mixed Mathematics. 
Second in Pure Mathematics. 
First in English, . . 

Second in Logic and Metaphysics, 
First in Natural Sciences, 
First in Jurisp. and Political Econ. 
First in Pure Mathematics, 
First in Chemistry, 
Second in Continental Languages, 
Second in Ancient Classics, 

1858. 
First in Mixed Mathematics, • 
First in Physics, 



Ditto, 

Ditto, 
•O'Kinealy, James, 

Ditto, 

Ditto, 
40'Neill, Gkorge F. 

Ditto, 

Ditto, 



First in Logic and Metaphysics. 

Third in Modem Languages. 

First in Pure Mathematics, • 

Second in Chemistry. 

Third in Natural Sciences. 

First in Jurisp. and Political Econ. 

Second in Knglish. 

Second in Modem Languages. 



"^Burden, Henry, 
7M*Crea, John, M.D. 
sMartin, Wm. Thos. 
Martin, Wm. Todd, 

Ditto, 
i ^Seymonr, Michl. S. 

Ditto, 

Ditto, 
■Thynne, Henry, 

Ditto, 

Ditto, 



I's College. 
Cork. 



. Belfast. 

. Belfast. 
. Galway. 
, Cork. 
, Belfast. 
. Belfast 
. Belfast 

Galway. 

. Belfast. 



Galway. 

Galway. 



Belfast. 



•Smyth, Thomas Watt, First in Chemistry, 
Ditto, . . Second in Physics. 
' Milling, James, . Second in Nstural Sciences, . . Belfast. 

•Mulliiran, William J. Second in Classics, .... Belfast. 
Ditto, . . Second in Logic and Metaphynek 
Ditto, . . Third in Engfish. 
Ditto, . . Fourth in Modem Langnaces. 
sPorter, John S. • Second in Pure Mathematics, . • Belfast. 

Ditto, . . Second in Mixed Mathematics, 
^pedding, Robert D. . Third in Classics, .... Cork. 
Goold, James, . . Third in Pure Mathematics, • . Cork. 
1859. 
First in Natural Sciences, • • Belfast. 
First in Chemistry, .... Belfast. 
First in Modem Langnage& . . Galway. 
First in Eng. Language & Literature, Bel&st. 
First in Lo^c ana Metaphysics, Belfast. 

First in Junsp. and Political Eicon. . Cork. 
Second in Eng. Language & Literature, Cork. 
Second in Modem Languages, . . Cork. 
First in Mathematics, . . GhUway. 

First in Mathematical Physics, . . Galway. 
First in Experiments! Physics, . Galway. 

> Law Studentship^ Inns of Court, London, by competition; formerly 
Examiner in Jnrlsprodence and Political Economy, Queen's Unirersity. 
' Royal Engineers, by competition. 
' Ctfil Serriee of India, by oompetitlon. 

* Inspector of Schools, by oompftitUm. 

Second Place CItU Senrioe of India, by competition, 1889. 
6 Demonstrator of Anatomy, Qneen's College, BeUisst. 

* Army Medical Serriee, by competition. 

■ Bnb-Ittspeotor Constabulary, by direct appdbtment. 

K i 



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196 UNIVEBSITY HONOE8. 

Qqomi*! Co11«k» 
Ljiuun, Jamei, . • Second in Jarup. and Poliiieal Econ, Otlwwj. 
iMacafee, David L. . Second in Ancient Clauics* . • Belfast 

& Cork. 
jFtake, Darid R. . Second in Mathematics, . • Belfast.. 

1860. 
f Chestnut, Joseph W. First in Natural Sciences, . • . Belfast. 
Connor, Charles C, . First in Chemistry, . . . Belfast. 

Ditto, . . Third in Modem Languages. 

Donnell, Kohert, . First in English, .... Bel&st 

Ditto, . . First in Juris, and Polit. Kconomy. 

■MacAuliffe, Blichael, . First in Modem Languages, . . Galwaj 

Ditto, . . Fourth in Classics. 

>M'Kane, John, . . First in Logic and Metaphysics, . . Belfast 

& Galway. 
0*Uara, Charles, . First in Experimental Physics, • Galway 

Ditto, . . Second in Chemistry. 

Popham, John F. . First in Mathematical Physics, . • • Cork. 

Ditto, . . Second in Chemistry. 
Ridings, Henry S. • First in Mathematics, . . . Core. 
Ditto, . . Third in Mathematical Physics. 
' Browne, Daniel, . Second in Modem Languages. . . Cork. 
Cleary, Arthur P. . Second in Classics, . . Cork & Belfast. 
^Hamilton, Alexander, Second in ED£|Iish, .... Belfast. 
Hamilton, Alexander, Third in Classics. 

sKane, Hugh S. . . Second in Natural Sciences, . • Belfast. 
«M'Watters, George, . Second in Mathematical Phyncs, • Belfast. 

Ditto, . . Third in Mathematics. 
40'Hara, Tliomas, . Second in Logic and Metaphysics, . Ghdiray. 
Ditto, . . Second in Jurisp. and Polit. Economy. 
Ditto, . . Third in Em^lish. 
O'Regan, John, . Second in Experimental Physics, • Cork. 
•Power, Pierce Q. . Second in Chemisti^, .... Cork. 
*Testro, D. M*Mullen, Second in Logic and Metaphysics, . Cork. 

Ditto, . . Fourth in Mathematics. 
^ Boyd, WHliam S. . Third in Jurisp. and Polit. Economy, . Bel£sst. 

1861. 

' Atkinson, John, . First in Mathematical Science, . . Galway. 
'Birkmyre, James, . First in Modem Luiffuages, . . Belfast. 
Buick, Geo. Raphael First in Experimental Science, . . Belfast 
BM'Gaw, Josp.Thobura, First in Logic, English Lit. & Metaph. Belfiwt 
Seath, John, . . First in Natural Science, . . Belfast 

•Watters, Thomas, . First in Logic, Engluh Lit & Metaph. Belfast 

1 Rerising Barrister, Northern District, Lancaster, 
s CtTil Serrioe of India, by competition. 

• Banington Lectorer; formerly Examiner in Jorispradsnoe and Political 
Economy, Queen's Unirersity. 

4 Inspector of Schools, bj competition. 
s Geological Sorr^ of India. 

• Army Medical Serrioe, by competition. 

• Engineer, Pablie Worics of India, by oompetition. 

8 Professor of Logic, BeUes Uttree, and Rhetoftei Magca Colusa, Laadoa . 
derry. 

• Consular Serrioe, China, 1^ competition. 



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197 



I 'Wilson, Tho8.N«8bitt, First in Ancient Classics, . 
t Ditto, . . Second in Modern Luiffua|^. 

rCanningham, William, Second in Logic, Metapn. & Pol. £kon. 
J Kane, £>bert Romney, Second in Natural Science, 



Qneen'sCoUe e. 
Galway. 



Oalway. 
Cork. 



Ditto, 

d, Wm. Joseph, 
^UadUl, Thomas, 



tReid^ 



•Alton, William Geo. 

Ditto, 
Doffin, Adam, . 



Second in Logic, Hist, and Polit Econ. Cork. 
Second in Experimental Science, . Chdway. 
Third in Logics, Metaph. & Pol. Econ. Galway. 

1862. 

First in Classics Belfiut. 

Second in Modem Langnages. 
First in Experimental Science, . 



Leebody,Jno.Robinson,First in Mathematical Science, , 



«Park, John, 
. (Reid, Robert, . 

Allen, Hamilton L. . 

Buick, David, . 

Dixon, William, 

Edgar, Robert M*Ch. 
iHnrley, Patrick, 

Henry, John Edgar, . 
'King, ^lian Armstg. 
Ditto, 



First in Logic, Metaph., &Polit. Econ. 

First in Experimental Science, . 

Second in Classics, . . . < 

Second in Natural Science, 

Second in Logic, Eng., Sc Metaphysics, Belfast^ 

Second in Logic, MeUph.,&PoI. Econ. Belfast, 

Second in Logic, En^., & Metaphysics, Galway 



Belfast. 

Belfast. 
Belfast. 

Belfast. 
Belfast. 
Bel£ut. 



Third in Natural Science, . . . Belfast. 
Third in Mathematical Science, . . Galway. 
Third in Modern Languages. 

1863. 

First in Logic, Metaph., & Pol. Econ. 
First in Natural Science, . 
First in Experimental Science, . 
First in Classics, 
First in Modem Langnages, 
Second in Classics, . 
Second in Logic, Metaph. Sc Pol. Econ. 
Second in Logic, Enj^lish Language 
and Literature, and Metaphysics, . Galway. 
Mnlholland, William, Second in Logic, Metaph. &Pol. Econ. Galway. 
"O^Brien, Michael, . Second in Logic, Enfl^ish Language 

and Literature, and History, . 

Rossell, James, . . Second in Experimental Science, 

1 •Smith, William M*L. Second in Mathematical Science, 

Ditto, . • Second in Experimental Science. 

I Wells, ToUerton L. . Second in Modem Lsnffuages, . 

1 Wilson, GteOTve, . Second in Logic, Metaph. & PoL Econ. Belfast. 

1^ Workman, Robert, _ . Second in Natural Science. 

Tlurd in Modem Languages, . . Galway. 
Third in Experimentid Saence, . BeUait. 



fTDodd, William H., 
I Hamilton, Thomas, 
A 'Hunter, John, . 
I Leitch, Matthew, 
tM*Mullen, Samuel J, 
Beamish, James M., 
Houston, Thomas, 
Killen, James B. 



Belfast. 

Belfast. 

Belfast. 

Belfast. 

Belfast. 

Cork. 

Bel£sst'. 



Cork. 

Belfast. 
Belfast. 

Belfast. 



f Hare, GnstaTos J. C. 
I Heron, Alexander, 

1 Cfril Serrioe of India, by competition. 

s Consular Berrice. Japan, by competition. 

• Professor of Mathematios, Hagee Collnge, Londonderry. 

4 Professor of Logic and Metaphysics, Queen's College, Belfast, 
s CitU Serrioe of Ceylon, first place, by competition, 18d6. 
9 District Judge, Ceylon. 

* Head Master, Endowed School, Bangor, Co. Down. 

• Professor of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy, King's College Uni- 
•rsity, N.S. 

* Professor of English Literature, Imperial College, PeUn. 
>• ProlssBOr of Mathematics, Doreton College, Caleutto. 



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UNIVEBSITI UOKOR8. 



Queen's Collcfe. 
K«Ily, ThomM, . . Third in Logic, Hist, and Polit Econ. Cork. 
Rom, John R. . . Third in Logic, Enfflish Lan^euage and 

Liteiatore, and rolitical ^onomy, Qtlwaj. 
Rjan, Thomas, . . Third in Claasics, .... Cork. 
iSharkey, E. da La O. Thin! in Claadci, . Oalway & Belfast. 

Stevelly, Robert 8. . Third in MaUiematicai Science, . Belfast. 

1864. 

First in Mathematical Science, . Belfast. 

First in Natural Science, . . . Belfast. 

First in Mod. Continental Languages. Ghilway. 

First in Logic, English Lan^page and 

Literature, and Metaphysics, . Belfast. 

Second in Ancient Classics, . . Bel&st. 

Second in Experimental Science, . Belfast. 

Second in Logic, Metaphysics, and 
Political Economy, . . . Belfast. 

Second in Ancient Classics, . . Cork. 

Second iu Modem Languages, . • BelCsst. 

Second in Logic, Endish Lanraage 
and Literature, and Metaphysics, . GUway. 

Second in Ancient Classics, . . Belfast. 

Second in Logic, Enfflish Language and 

Literature, and Metaphysics, . . Bel&st 

Second in Logic, English Language and 
Literature, and Political Economy, Galway. 

Third in Experimental Science, . Belfast. 

Third in Ancient Classics, . . Belfast. 

Third in Ancient Classics, . . Belfast. 

Third in Logic, Metaphysics, and Po- 
litical Economy, .... Belfast. 

Third in Experimei.tal Science, . Cork. 

'1 hird in Natural Science, . . BelfasL 

Third in Mod. Continental Languages, Bel&st. 

Third in Mod. Continental Languages, Belfast. 

1865. 
f Forsyth, Samnel, . First in Experimental Science, . Galway. 

iMarcel,Jas.Augnstine,First in Modem Langiiages, . Cork. 

Moorhead, WiUjam R. First in Logic, Metaphysics, and Poli' 

tical Economy, .... 
^Shaw, Jas. Johnston, First in Logic, Metaphysics, and Poli< 

tical Economy, . . . , 
Smyth, Wm. John, First in Natural Science, . 
WallaceyJohn Beattie, First in Experimental Science, . 
Wilson,EdwardD. J. First in Classics ; Second in Modem 

Languages; and Third in English, 

Metaphysics,and Political Economy, Cork. 

1 Oivil Serrloe of India, hj competition. 

* Fellow of Corpus Chrlsti, and Lecturer at Lincoln College^ Oxford. 

* Inspector of National Schools, by competition. 

* Consular Serrioe, Japan, by competition. Studentship, Inns of Courts 
London, 1871. 

« Professor of Metaphysics and Ethics, Magee CoUege, Loodondeny. 



f Cleeland, Robert, 
I Dobbin, WUliam, . 
i iMacdonnelLAnthonyP. 
L Wsir, Isaac, . . 



'«DilI, Samuel, . 
Dill, Samuel Marcus, 
Dougherty,Jas. Brown, 

lEvans, Richardson, . 
M'Clure, Edmund, . 
Padin, Thomas, 

Park, William, 
Wilson, James Alexr. 

, ^sWood, John Edward, 

' ' Beck, John Fritz, . 
Dick, James, . 
M'Dermott, John, 
Scott, James Orr, 

Stewart, William T. . 
Ward, Marcus J. B.. 
Weir, Thomas, . 
/Wilkinson, Hizam S. 



Galway* 

Belfast. 
Belfast. 
BelfasU 



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199 



iChambenyRobt. M*C. 
Connor, John, . 

Deane, Henxy, . 

Floming, S. M'D. K 

M*Donidd, FnuieiB, . 

O'Conor, Wm. Fred. 
^Winder, James, 
'' Andrews, 8»iniiel , . 

*Chatterton, James, . 

Dann, Alfred (George, 
"^ Leitch, William, . 

M'Kenzie, John, 
V.Wilw>n,Wm.Nesbitt, 

'SBottomley, Jas. Thos. 
Greer, Thomas, 
'Hall, John Carey, . 
Jamison, J. Watcon, . 
Torrens, James, 



' Carlile, James Bfartin, 

Hewitt, John, . 

Hoetor, Wm. Francis, 

Holmes, Robert A. K. 
«Haghe8, William, . 
«M*Callam, John, 

M'Mordie, WiUiam, . 

TMaeSwinnej, Robt. P. 
Martin, James, . 
"Mniphy, James Edw. 

'Newsome, James C. . 

O'Connor, Thomas P. 

Sandiford, Thomas H. 

Smith, Hugh M*Laren, 

Yoong, Samuel, 
' Burke, John, . 

Borke, Michael, 

dancy, Johti J. 



Qnsen's College* 
Second in Classics, .... Belfast. 
Second in Logic, Metaphysics, and 

Political Economy, . . . Cork. 

Second in Mathematical Science, and 

Second in Natural Science, . . Gmlway. 

Second in Mathematical Science, . Belfast. 

Second in English, Locie, and Metaph. Ghdway. 

Second in Enriish, Logic, and Metaph. Belfast. 

Second in Modem La n guages, . . Galway. 

Third inEngli8h,Logic,andMetaphyues, Belfast. 

Third in Experimental Science, . . Cork. 

Third in Mathematical Science, . . Cork. 

Third in Classics, .... Belfast. 

Third in Modem Languages, . . Galway 

Third in Classics, .... Galway. 

1866. 

First in Experimental Science, . Bel&st. 

First in Natural Science, . . . Belfast. 

First in Ancient Classics, . . Belfast. 

First in Experimental Science, . Belfast. 

Pint in Ancient Classics, and First in 
Logic, Metaphysics, and Political 
Economy, Belfiut. 

Second in English, History, and Poli- 
tical Economy, .... Belfast. 

Second in Mathematical Science, . Belfast. 

Second in Experimental Science, . Galway. 

Second in Modem Languages, . . Belfast. 

Second in Modem Languages, . . Galway. 

Second in Experimental Science, • Bel£ut. 

Second in Logic, Metaphysics, & Poli- 
tical Economy, . . Belfast. 

Second in Ancient Classics, . . Galway. 

Second in Experimental Science, . Belfast. 

Second in English, History, and Poli- 
tical Economy Belfast. 

Second in Ancient CUssics, . . Belfast. 

Second in Modem Languages, . . Galway. 

Second in Experimental Science, . Cork. 

Second in Mathematical Science, . Belfast. 

Second in Mathematical Science, . Belfast. 

Third in Mathematical Science, . Cork. 

Third in Ancient Classics, • . Chdway. 

Third in Ancient Classics, . . Galway. 



■ Head Master, Royal Academic Institution, Londonderry. 

* Army Medical Serrioe, by competition, 1889. First plaoe at First and 
Final Examination. 

> Assistant Professor of Chemistry, King*s College, I^ondon. 
4 Consalar Serrlce, Japan, by competition. 

* Engineer, Fnblio Works of India, bj competition. 

* Inspector of National Schools, by eompetitlon. 

* First Glass Exhibition in the Law of Real Property, Inns of Court, Lon. 
4on,1871. 

* CItU Serfioe of India, by eompetition. 



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200 UNIVBESITT UONORS. 

Q««ea*i College. 
iGunbU, John, . . Third in English, Hist. & Pol. Kcon. Belfast. 
Johnston, William M. Third in Logic, Metoph. & Pol. Eeon. Galway. 
Killen, John M. . Third in English, Hist., & Pol. Econ. Galwaj. 
Mills, John Williain, Third in English, Logic, 8t Metoph. Cork. 
0*Neill, Richd. Eras. Third in English, Logic, and History, Cork. 
Russell, Charles C. . Third in Experimentol Science, . Belfast. 

L WaUace, WiUiam, . Third in Logic, History, & Pol. Eeon. BeUast. 

1867. 
r 'Anglin, Arthur Heniy, First in Mathematical Seienoe, . . Cork. 

Brooke, William, . First in Mathematical Science, . . Ghilway 

Charles, John James,. First in Experimental Science, and 

First in Natural Science, . . Belfast. 

Craig, John Walker, . First in Ancient Classics, . . Belfast. 

M*Farlane,Rt Adams, First in Tjogic, Metophysics, and Poli- 
tical Economy, .... Galway. 

Moore, William, • First in Modem Languages, . Bel&st. 

^ Rogen, William, . First in Lone, Metoph., & Pol Econ. Belfast. 
* Bell, William John, . Second in Mathematical Science, . Qjoliiut. 

Brooke,. John, . • Second in English, History, and Poli- 
tical Economy, .... Galway. 

FitzGenild,Wm.€^. Second in Ancient Classics, . .Cork. 

Griffin, Thomas, . Second in Modem Languages, . . Galway. 

Hamilton, Beniamin, . Second in Ancient Classics, . . Cork. 

sMacAulay, Colman P. Second in Ancient Cbssics, . . Galway. 

M^Mordie, Hans, . Second in Logic, ^letophysics, and 

Political Economy. . . Belfast. 

Maguire, Thomas, . Second in English, ilistoxy, and Poli- 
tical Economy, .... Galway. 

Marshall, John, • Second in Ancient Classics, . . Galway. 

'Monteath, James, • Second in Ancient Classics; and in 

Logic, Metophysics, and Polit. Econ. Belfast. 

Rentoul, J. Lawrence, Second in English, Hbtory, and Poli- 
tical Economy, .... Belfast. 

Ronan, Stephen, . Second in Logic, Metophysics, and Po- 
litical Economy, .... Cork. 

Thompson, Isaac, . Second in Modem LAnguages, . . Belfast. 

Walsh, Michael, . Second in Experimental Science, . Galway. 
^«Wylie, James Ohirens, Second in Mathematical Science, . Belfast. 
' Dick, William, . . Third in Ancient Classics, . . Belfast. 

GilleBpie,Miehl. Joeph« Third in Natural Science, . . Galway. 

M^CaU, Robt. Alfred, Third in Logic, Metophysics, and Poli- 
tical Economy, .... Galway. 

MoSett, Samuel, . Third in Ancient Classics, . . Galway. 

Moloney, Michael, . Third in Ancient Classics, . . Cork. 

Thomson, William . Third in History, Logic, and Metoph. Galway. 

Waddell, Hugh, . iWd in Logic, Metoj^i^cs, and Poli- 
tical Economy, .... Belfast. 

Wylie, Robert Beatfcy, Third in Logic, Metophysics, and Poli- 
tical Economy, .... Belfast. 

1 Lato Professor of Languages, Egleswood Military Aeademy, New Jer*ej» 
U.8. ; Head Master, Collegiate Academy, Conton, Ohio, U.S. 
tMathematloal Master, Weslejan College, Sheffield. 
> CiTil Senrice of India, by competition. 
^ Exhibition, Inns of Court, London, 1871. 



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2or 



1868. 



<(iiaen*a Colleg*.- 



Agnew, Samuel, 
Cowan, Jamei, 
Hamilton, Samoel M. 

Haej, John, 
Kirkpatrick, Wm. T. 

lO^Brien, JoMph, 
Piwntor, Samuel, 

^ Young, John, . 

' Aston, John C. 

Eaton, Thomas, 

Fitzpatrick, John^ . 

•Haines, Charles H. . 
Haijiilton, John S. . 

HamUton, William W 
Henry, Richard, 
»Hoey, William, 

Quinton, Richard F. . 
Taylor, Da^id A. 

' Daly, Maurice C. . 
Dewar, James, 

*0*Donnell, Charles J 
M'llveen, John, 

iMartin, Daniel N. . 
Meeke, Moses, 

Mehairy, John B. 

Stewart, Samuel E. . 



f Finncane, Michael, 
I Henry, Wm. Edward, 
Lewis, W. Llewellen, 
Morrison, John, 

»Scott,Ro8s, . • , 

Stack, Edward. 

Ditto, . 

Ditto, . 

Wylie, Matthew, . 



First in Experimental Scienoe, • Galway. 

First in Ancient Classics, • . Belfast. 

First in Logic, Metaphysics, and Poli- 
tical Economy Belfast. 

First in Experimental Science, . Galway. 

First in English, History, and Meta- 
physics, Belfast. 

First in Ancient Classics, • . Cork. 

First in Logic, Metaphysics, and Poli- 
tical Economy, .... Bel&st 

First in Mathematical Science, . Belfiast 

Second in Modern Languaffes, . . Belfast. 

Second in Logic, Metaphysics, and 

Political Economy, . . . CbJway. 

Second in Logic, Metaphysics, and 

Political Economy, . . Ghilway. 

Second in Experimental Science, . Cork. 

Second in English, Logic, and M^ta- 
phyMcs, . . '. . . Belfast. 
, Second in Natural Science, . . Belfast. 

Second in Natural Science, . . Cork. 

Second in Ancient Classics, and Third 
in Modem Languages, . . Belfast. 

Second in Ancient Classics, . . Belfast. 

Second in Logic, Metaphysics, and 

Political Economy, . . . Belfast. 

Third in Modem Laneuages, . . Cork., 

Third in Logic, Metapaysics, and Poli- 
tical Economy, .... Belfast. 
. Third in Ancient Classics, . . Galway 

Third in Logic, Metaphysics, and 

Political Economy, . . . Galway. 
, Third in Experimental Science, . Cork. 

Third in English, History, and Poli- 
tical Economy, .... Belfast - 
, Third in History, L<f^c, and Meta- 
physics, Belfast. 

Third in English, Logic, and Meta- 
physics, Beliiwt. 

1869. 
First in Ancient Classics, . . . Cork. 
First in Ancient Classics, . . . Galway. 
First in Experimental Science, . . Galway. 
First in Logic, Metaphysics, and Poli- 
tical Economy, .... Belfast 
First in Mathematical Science, • . Belfiist. 
First in Ancient Classics, . . . BeUaat. 
Second in Modern Langua^s. 
Third in Mathematical Science. 
First in Mathematical Science, . . BelfiMt. 



1 Army Medical Serrlee, by competition, 
' Naral Medical Serrlee, by competition, 
s ClTil Serrlee of India, by competition. 



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UNIVEBSITY HONORS. 



^ ' Andenon, Riehd. J. . 
Drammond, Michl. . 
GloTer, Ralph Fns. , 
Heazle, Henry Ghas. 
M'Cartney, Samuel, , 
Muir, William, • 

Molligan, James (of 
Annacloue), 
Ditto, . 

Wilkin, James, . 
Wilson. R. B. S. . 
Brett, James Robt. . 
Chestnat, John, 

Drury, Riohd. John, 
Forsythe, Neill, 
Halliday, John T. . 

Keegan, Peter, 

Macaalay, Wm. J. 

IfBride, Robert, 

Magill, David, 

iMagill, James, 
Megarry, James, 
Rearden, Thos. D. . 

Rentouli Jas. Alex. 



Qnecn's College. 

Second in Experimental Science, . fiellast. 

Second in Ancient Classics, . . Galway. 

Second in Mathematical Science, . Galway. 

Second in Ancient Classics, . . Cork. 

Second in Experimental Science^ . Belfast. 

Second in Modem Languages, . • Bel&st. 

Second in Ancient Classics, • . Belfast. 

Second in Logic, Metaphysics, and Poli- 
tical Economy. 

Second in Ancient Classics, . . BeUiMt 

Second in En^lish,Logic,& Metaphysics, Galway. 

Third in Ancient Classics, . . Cork. 

Third in English, History, and Poli- 
tical Economy .... Cork. 

Third in Ancient Classics, . Galway. 

Third in Ancient Classics, . Bel£ut. 

Third in English, History, and Poli- 
tical Economy, .... Belfast. 

Third in Logic, Metaphysics, and Poli- 
tical Economy, .... Belfast. 

Third in Logic, Metaphysics, and Poli- 
tical Economy, .... Bel&st 

Third in Logic, Metaphysics, and Poli- 
tical Economy, .... Belfast. 

Third in Logic, Metaphysics, and Poli^ 

tical Economy, .... Belfast. 

Third in Experimental Science, . . Cork. 

Third in Experimental Science, . . Belfast. 

Third in Logic, Metaphysics, and Poli- 
tical Economy, .... Cork. 

Third in Modem Languages, . . Belfiut 



Atkins, Ringrose, 
'Harrison, John Henry, 
Moran, John, . 
Vint, Robert, . 
Benson, Philip L. 
Lyle, Thomas, . 

M*Kinney,Saml.B.G. 
M*Mordie, Robt. Jas. 
Maxwell, WiUiam J. 
Shillidy, John, . 

^ Wamock, James, 
' Bailey, Wm. Henry, . 
Dewar, Elliot Paxton, 
Gilmore, William J. . 
'Horan, Thomas, 



1870. 

First in Experimental Science, . • Cork. 

First in Mathenoatical Science, . . Galway. 

First in English, History, and Logic, Galway. 

First in Modem Languages, . . Belfast. 

Second in Natural Science, • . Cork. 

Second in Logic, Metaphyacs, and 

Political Economy, . . . Belfast. 

Second in Experimental Science, . Galway. 

Second in Experimental Science, . Bel£sst. 

Second in Ancient Classics, . . Bel£EiiSt. 

Second in History, Logic, and Meta- 
physics, Belfast. 

Second in Mathematical Science, . Bel&st. 

Third in Natural Science, . . . Bel&st. 

Third in Mathematical Science, . Belfast. 

Third in Experimental Science, • Bel&st. 

Third in Mathematical Scienoe, . Cork. 



t First place Army Medical Sendee, bj competition. 

' Ciril Serrice of India, by competition. 

* Inspector of National Schools, by competition. 



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203 



Qaaen's CoU«ge* 
Neville, Timothj, . Third in English, History, and Political 

KcoDomy, Cork. 

Taylor, Joseph Field, Third in Logic, Metaphysics, and Po- 
litical Economy, .... Belfast. 
Todd, Rohert H., . Third in Logic, Metaphysics, and Po- 
litical Economy, . . . .Gal way 
^ Wilson, Daniel, • Third in Ancient Classics, . . Cork. 

1871. 

First in Experimental Science, . . Cork. 

First in Mathematical Science; and 
Third in English, Metaphysics, and 
Political Economy, . . . Galway. 

First in Modem Laojroages, . . Belfast. 

First in Mathematical Science, . . Belfast. 

First in Ancient Classics, . . . Belfast. 

First in Ancient Classics, . . . Ualway. 

First in English, Logic* and History, Galway. 

Second in Logic, Metaphysics, and 

Political Economy, . . Belfast. 

Second in Natural Science, . Cork. 
Second in Mathematical Science, . Galway. 
Second in Mathematical Science, . Cork. 
Second in Natural Science, . . Belfast. 
Second in Ancient Classics, . . Ghilway. 
Second in Ancient Classics, . • Belfast. 
Second in Ancient Classics, . • Belfast. 
Second in Ancient Classics, . . Cork. 
Third in Mathematical Science, . Belfast. 
Third in English, History, and Politi- 
cal Economy Belfast. 

Third in Experimental Science, . Galway. 

Third in English, Metaphysics, and 

Political Economy, . • . Galway. 

Third in English, History, and Politi- 
cal Economy, .... Belfast. 

1872. 
First in Ancient Classics, . . . Belfast. 
First in Experimental Science, . . . Galway. 
First in Ancient Classics, . . . Cork. 
First in English, Metaphysics, and 

Historr, Galway. 

First in Experimental Science, . . Belfast. 
Second in Modern Lannages, . . Belfast 
Second in Experimental Science, . Galwagr. 
Second in Natural Science, . . Belfast. 
Second in Logic, Metaphysics, and 

PoUtical Economy, . Belfast. 

Second in Ancient Classics, • . Galway. 
Second in Mathematical Scicnoe, . Belfast. 



riBlyth, Wm. Dunhar, . 
Concannon, Patrick, . 



Cunningham, Josias, . 

M'Farland, John Hen. 

M'Master, James, 

Moorhead, James, 
^ Mullally, Michael, . 
' Brown, Wm. Wallace, 

Colthnnt,LndlowTon- 

son, 
Croke, John 0*Byme, 
M'Cartie, Charles Jos. 
Al*Kee, Rohert, . 
Mitchell, Robert, 
Morris, George Joseph, 
<Stronge, Sam. English, 
i'aylor, Wm. Charles, 
^ Ckrke, John, . 
Mnnro, J. Edwin C. . 

O^Connor, Peter P. 

Fention, 
Shiel, Joseph Robert, . 

Wallace, Robert, 



Dick, John, 
Freyer, Peter Johnson, 
Hynes, James J. 
Lynam, James, . 

Ross, William, . 
Corr, Wm. Richard, . 
Gorham, James John, 
Klllen, James Miller, 
Luid, Caleb Shera, . 

MaxweU, WiUiam H. 
Rentoal^.flamiIton, 

> OtTQ Serriee of India, by competition. 

' Inspector of National Sehools, by competition. 



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UZIIYBB8ITT HONOB8. 



Wallace, Thomai, . 
. Williams, J. DooglaB, 
^ Eccles, Robert, . 

Hooston^ames Dickey 



Queen' 



Joyce, Patrick King, . 

Martin, Saml. Edgar, 

0'NeiU,PeterJ. . 

^ Williaau, William J. 



' Adanu, David OgilTie, 
Coates, Chas. Victor, 
Jordan, John Newell, 
Kennedy, William, . 
Maybin, William, 

Monroe, Sam. Holmes, 
0*Donogbae.Jame8 J. 
Porter,Selim Leslie A. 

^ Taylor,Oeo.Pritcbard, 
' Clarke, John, . 
Cuming, Edward, 

Dickey,Wm.J.Steele, 

Irvine, Thomas, 
Milward,Ed. Oswald, 
^ Thompson, Samael, . 
Aheme, John L. 
Croly^ Daniel, . 
Ferguson, James, 
Goraan, John, . 
Horan, Edward, 
M*ConneU, John, 
M*Ciaoken, Joseph, . 
M'Merdie, Elijah, . 
Molony, Henry, 
Stuart, John, . 

^ Wilson, John, . 



' BTera, John William, 
Clarke, John, . 
Dickey, Robt. H.Fred. 
Kelly, Michael, . 
Larmor, Joseph, 

M'Elwaine, Adam Jno. 
O^Connor, George, 
O'Kinealy, Peter, 



Wallace, John Bmee, 



Seeond in Ancient Claancs, 
Second in Modem Languages, . 
Third in Experimental Science, 

Third in Modem Languages, BeLfiutft 
Third in Natural Science, 
Third in iilxperimental Scienoe, 
Third in Ancient Classics, 
Third in Mathematical Science, 

1873. 



sCoUtgew 
Bellisst. 

Belfast. 
Belfast. 

Gal way. 
Galway.. 
Bel&st. 
Galway. 
Cork. 



First in Modem Languages, 
First in Mathematicid Science, 
First in Ancient Classics, . 
First in Experimental Science, 
First in Ancient Classics, 



. Galway^ 

. Belfast 

. Belfast. 

. Belfast. 

. Belfast 

& Galway 

First in English, Logic, and History, Galway* 

First in Ancient Classics, . . Cork. 

First in Ancient Classics, and First in 

English, Log^c, and Metaphysies, . Belfast. 

First in Exnerimental Science, . Belfi^t. 

Second in Natural Science, . . Belfstft. 

Second in Logic, Metaphysics, and 

Political Economy, . . . Belfast. 

Second in Mathematical Science, . Belfast. 

Second in Experimental Science, . Belfast. 

Second in Ancient Chssics, . . Galway. 

Second in Experimental Science, . Belfast. 

Third in Ancient Classics, . . Cork. 

Third in Ancient Classics, . . Cork. 

Third in Logic, Metaphysics, & Hist. Belfast. 

Third in Mathematical Science, . Galway. 

Third in Ancient Classics, . . Belfast. 

Third in Logic, Metaphysics, and Hist. Belfast. 

Third in Ancient Classics, . . Belfast. 

Third in English, Metaphysics, & Hist. Belfast. 

Third in Natural Science, . . GalWay. 

Third in Logic, Metaphysics, and Po- 
litical Economy, .... Belfast. 

Third in Mathematical Science, . Cork. 

1874. 

First in Natural Science, . . . Bel£sst. 

First in Classics, .... Belfast. 

First in Experimental Bcience, . Belfast. 

First in Matiicmatical Science, . . Galway. 

First in Mathematical Science, and 
First in Experimental Science, . Belfast. 

First in Classics, .... Belfast. 

First in Modem Languages, . . GkJway. 

First in Mathematical Science, and 
Second in English Metaphysics and 
History, Galway. 

First in Modem Languages, . . Belfast. 



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205 



' Alluon, Chas. Wwke, Second in Ezpeiimvntal Science, . Cork, 
fiatee, Arihnr Henry, Second in Engliih lletaphyuce, and 

Political Eoonomy, • . . Belfaat 
GunpbeU,JotephWm. 

Robert, . . . Second in Natural Science, . Belfast. 

Hamill,BU>bertJame8, Second in Experimental Science, • Belfast. 
Hanna, James, . . Second in English Metaphysics and 

History, . Belfast & Galway. 

Hickman, James, . Second in Experimental Science, . Galway. 
^M*Ninch,JamesWatt, Second in English History, and Politi- 
cal Economy, .... Belfast. 
MnlUn, James, • . Second in English Metaphysics, and 

Histoiy, Galway* 

Pkrkinson,G.Gardiner,Second in Classics, .... Belfast. 
^ White, Edward Alex, Second in Experimental Science, . Belfast. 

Honors, at First Univbbsitt Examinations in Arts. 



October J 1860. 

First Class, 

(None.) 
Second Class, 



Dixon, William, 



Queen's 
College. 
Beliisst. 



May, 1861. 

First Class, 

Brown, John M'Leary, . Belfast. 

Jamieson, Robert Alex., . Cork. 

Wilson, Thomas Nesbitt, Galway. 

Second Class, 
Birkmyre, Jamee, . . Belfast. 
Bulek, George Raphael, . Belfast. 
Gargin, James^ . Belfast. 

Hamilton, William Ross, Belfast. 
Henry, John Edgar, . Beliast. 
M'Dermott, Brian, . Galway. 

Spedding, John B. . . Cork. 
Stewart, Robert Fleming, Galway. 
WhitOfWilliam Campbell, Belfast. 

Oct(^>er, 1861. 

First Class, 

Aston, William G^rge, . Bel&st. 

Leebody, John Robinson, Belfiwt 

Second Class, 
Allen, Hamilton Lowry, . Bel£sst 
Edgar, Robert M'Cheyne, Belfast. 
Greene, Joseph L. . . Gklway. 
Leaiy, Josepn L. . . Galway. 
Par^John, . . . Belfast. 

May, 1862. 

First C^asM. 
Bu-boQr,D. M. . Belfast 

Second Class, 
Canon, William, . . Belfast. 



May, 1863. 

First Class, 
(None.) 

Second Class. 
M*NeiUy,A. J. W. 
Workman, Robert, 

October, 1862. 
First Class, 
Armonr, James Brown^ . 
Bamett, Henry Kelso, . 
Barry, William M. . 
Beamish, James, 
Dodd, William Houston, 
Feeny, Dominick, . . 
Griffin, John, 
Hamilton, Thomas, . 
Hare, Ghistavus J. C. 
Hawthorne, Samuel, 
Kelly, Thomas, 
Leitch, Matthew, . 
M'Connell, James M. 
M*Cullagh, John WalUce, 
M'Cullough, Robert Wm. 
M*Kenzie, John, . 
M'Mullan, Samuel James, 
M^Sweeaey, .iohu, . 
Mulholland, William, . 
0*Brieii, Michael, . 
O'Keeffe, William . 
Park, William, . 
Quinn, Martin, 
Ryan, Thomas, 
Sannderson, Wm. Henir, 
Sharkey, Edmond De La 

Garde, 
Shaw, James, . . , 
Smith, William McLaren, 
Sterelly, Robert Sankey, 



Qnocik'a 
College. 
Belfast. 
Belfast. 



Belfast. 

Belfast. 

Cork. 

Cork. 

Belfast. 

Galway* 

Galway. 

Belfast. 

Galway, 

Belfast. 

Cork. 

Belfast. 

Cork. 

Belfast. 

Belfast. 

Galway. 

Belfast. 

Cork. 

Galway, 

Cork. 

Cork. 

Belfast 

Galway 

Cork. 

Galway. 

Bel&at. 
Belfast. 
Belfast. 
Bel&8t. 



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UNITEBSITT HONORS. 



Qneon*! 

College. 
Ste^vmrt, Wtthingtoii, . Galirsy. 
Strongs, William James, Belfast. 
Weir, Isaac, . . . Belfast. 
Wilson, Qeorge, , . Belfast. 

Second C^a$$, 
Barnes, Isaac, . Cork. 

Clanchy, John E., . . Cork. 
Collins, James Thompson, Belfast. 
Crooke, William, . . Galway. 
Donovan, Humphrey, . Cork. 
Hanna, Robert, . . Belfast. 
Heron, Alexander, . Belfast. 

Houston. Thomas, . . Belfast. 
Hunter, John, . . Belfast. 
Lindsay, Joseph, . . Belfast. 
Moody, Samuel, . . (Hlway. 
Munro, John Henry, . BelfSut. 
Ross, John Ralph, . . Galway. 
Russell, James, • . Belfast. 
Topping, John, . . Belfast. 
Townsend, Edmond, . Cork. 
Watson, John, . Belfast 

October, 1863. 

First ClcM. 
Cleeland, Robert, . . Belfast. 
Dill, Samuel, . . Belfast. 

Dobbin, William, . . Belfast. 
Eyans, Richardson, . Cork. 
MacDonnell, Anthony, . Galway. 
Shaw, James Johnston, . Bel£ut. 
Wood, John Edward, . Galway. 

Second Gats, 
Beigin, Stephen, . . Cork. 
Csrfile, James Martin, . Belfast. 
Connor, John, . . Cork. 
Lore, John, . . . Belfast. 
Maybin, WiUiam. . . Bel&st. 
Smylie, Archibald, . Galway. 

Wilkinson, Hiram Shaw, Belfast. 
WilBon, James Alex. . Bel£ut. 

Third Class, 
Chambers, Andrew, . Bel&st. 
Colhonn, RoUrt, . . Belfast 
Dick, James, . Bel&st. 

Edgar, Hugh, . Belfast 

Fleming, S. K . . Belfast 
Hod^,GeoEge Justus L. Belfast 
O'Brien, Julius M. . Galway. 

0*Conor, Bindon B. . Belfast 

October, 1864. 
First Class, 

Burke, Micliael, . Cork. 

Leitch, William, . . Belfast. 
M'Kean, Edward, . . Bel&st 



Queen's 
CoUege. 

M'Moidie, Filliun, . Belfast. 

O'Conor, Wm. Frederic, Belfast. 

Torrens, James, . Belfast 

Wil8on,Edw.Danl.Joseph, Cork. 

WUson, William Nesbitt, Galway. 

Second Class. 



Deane, Henry, 
MacDonald, Francis, 
Marcel, James A. . 
M*FarIane, Robert, 
Mehany, John Brown, 



Galway. 
Galway. 
Cork. 

Galway. 

Bel&st 

Moorehead, Wm. Robert, Galway. 

Third Class, 

Bsrry, Michael F. . . Cork. 

Chatterton, James, . Cork.* 

Dann, Alfred G. . . Cork 

Fulton, John, . Belfast 

Forsyth,Saml.M'CleIland, Galway. 

Houston. Samuel, . . Belfast 

Persse, William Dudley, Galway. 

Porter, Francis Knowles, Belfast. 

Shepherd, William, . Belfast 

Strain, Damd Alexander, Belfast. 

Young, Samuel, . Belfast 

October, 1865. 
Fifvt in order of Merit, 
Newsome, Jas. Clarence, Belfast 
Smith, Hugh McLaren, . Bel&st 
Murphy, James Edward, . Belfast. 
Macs winney, Rbt Forster, Ghdway. 
Hall, John Carey, . Belfast. 

Hewitt, John, . Belfast 

Rogers, William, . . Belfast 
Burke, John, . Cork. 

Hughes, WiUiam, . . Galway. 

Second in order <if Merit, 
Griffin, Thomas, . . Galway. 
Killen, John Mooie, . Galway. 
Mills, John William, . Cork. 
O'Connor, Thos. Charles, Galw»y. 

mrd in order qf Merit, 
Dick, WiUiam, . . Bel&st. 
Drinan, Charles, . Cork. 

Holmes, Robert A. K. . Bel&st 
Johnstone, Wm. Murdoch, Galway. 
M'Callum, John, . . Bel&st 
Thompson, Isaae, • . Bel&st 
Dickey, David, . . Bel&it 
Greer, Thomas, . Belfast 

Hector, WiUiam Francis, Galway. 
Waddeh, Hugh, . . Bel&it 



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October^ 1866. 

Fint in order <^ Merit, 

QuMn*i 
College. 
MucAulaj, Colman Patk. Galway. 
Monteatb, James, . . Belfast. 
Wylie, James Owens, . Belflut. 
Morrow, Robert, . Belfast. 

Craig, John Walker, . Belfast. 
Amgnn, Arthur Henxy, . Cork. 
Brooke, William, . Galway. 

Hamilton, Samuel Munce, Belfast. 
Fitzgerald, William Geo. Cork. 
Ward, Peter. . . Qalway 

Second in order qf Merit. 
Bell, William John, . Belfast. 
M'Mordie, Hans, . . Belfast. 

Third in order qf Merit. 
Ronan, Stephen, . . Cork. 
Maguire, Tnomas, . Galway. 

Hamilton, Benjamin, . Cork. 
Hamilton, John Sinclair, Belfast. 
Wilson, John, . . Belfast. 
CDriscoU, John, . . Cork. 
Hamilton, William Weir, Belfast. 
Moloney, Michael, . . Cork. 
Walsbe, Michael, . . Oalway. 
Gillispie, Michael, . . Galway. 
Guy, James M'F., . . Belfast. 
Wylie, Robert Beattie, . Belfast. 

Agnew, Samuel, . {^^^^ 

October, 1867. 
Firet doss in order o/Mertt, 
MacDonald, Charles Jas. Galway. 
0*Brien, Joseph H. . Cork. 
Morrison, John, . . Belfast. 
Hoey, William . . Belfast. 
Young, John, . . Belfast. 

Fittpatrick, John, . . Galway. 
Rearden, Thomas David, Cork. 
Cowan, James, . . Belfast. 
Daly, Maurice Collins, . Cork. 
Quinton, Richard Fridi, . Belfast. 

Second C^ass in order qf Merit. 
Mnlligan,Jas. (Annaclone),BelfiMt. 
Hewiey, James, . • Galway. 

Third Claee in order qf Merit. 
Stewart, Samuel Edgar, . Belfast. 
Longford, Joseph Henry, Belfast. 
Crookshank, Chas. Henry, Cork. 
O'Connor, Bernard, . Cork. 
Allen, Robert, . . Cork. 
Migill^DaTid. . Belhei. 

Madce, Motes, . Belfast. 



Qno«B*s 
CoUege. 

Bourke, Matthew John, . Cork. 

Colvin, William, . . Belfast. 

Haines, Charles Henry, . Cork. 

October, 1668. 

First Class in Order qf Merit. 
Stack, Edward, . . Belfast. 
Drummond, Michael, . Galway. 
Finucane, Michael, . Cork. 

Henry, Wm. Edward, . Galway. 
Scott, Ross, . . . Belfast. 
Wilson, R. B. G. . . Galway. 
Wilkin, James, . . Belfast. 
Wylie, Matthew, . . Belfast. 
Horan, Thomas, . . Cork. 

Second Class in Order qf Merit. 
Halliday, John Thomas, . Belfast. 
Matthews, Wm. Gardiner, Galway. 
Stronge, Samuel Edcar, . Belfast. 
Anderson, Richard J. . Belfast. 

Third Class in Order qf MerU. 

M*Kinney, Samuel S. G. Galway. 
Msgill, James, . . Cork. 
Humphrey, George, . Cork. 
Muir, William, . . Belfast. 
Dysart, Thomas, . . Belfast. 

October, 1869. 

First Class m order qf Merit. 
Harrison, John Henry, . Galway. 
Brown, William Wallace, Belfast. 
Mitchell, Robert, t . 6hdway. 
MaxweU, William J. . Belfast. 
Morris, George, . . Belfast. 

Second Class in order qf Merit. 
Dewar, Elliott Paxton, . Belfast. 
Gilmour, Thos. Chalmers, Belfast. 
Kepple,John, . . Cork. 

Tayfour, Joseph Field, . Belfast. 
Thompson, David, . Galway. 

Concannon, Patrick, . Galway. 
Cunuinghamy Henry, . Belfast. 

Third CUus » order qf Merit. 
Moran,John, . . Galway. 

Adair, Thomas, . . Belfast. 
Vint, Robert, . . Belfast. 

WiLjon, David, . . Cork. 
Barkley. George, . . Belfast 
Wamock, James, . . Belfast. 
Dunne, Walter A. . . Cork. 
Boyd, Samuel T. . . Belfast. 
Stuart, WUliam, . . Belfast. 



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October, 1870. 

Fint Clou in ordtr <if Merit, 

Queen*! 

College. 

M'Master, James, . . Belfast. 

Mullally, Michael, . . Galway. 

Moorhead. James, . . Galway. 

Croke, John 0*Bynie, . Galway. 

M*Farland, John Heniy, Belfast. 

Second Clou in erder (if Merit. 

Shiel, Joseph R. . . Galway. 
Blyth, William Dnnhar,. Cork. 
Hurley, James, . . Belfast. 
Hunro, Joseph Edwin C. Belfast. 
Clarke, John, . . Belfast. 

Laird, Caleh Shera, . Belfast. 
Taylor, William Charles,. Cork. 

Third Class in order of Merit, 
MacCartie, Charles J. . Cork. 
Anderson, Adam, . . Galway. 
Ross, William. . . Belfast. 
Warren, William Edwd. Galway. 

October, 1871. 

First Class in order oS Merit, 
Hynes, James J. . . Cork. 
O'Donoghue, James J. . Cork. 
Lynam, James, • i:talway. 

Coates, Charles v. . Belfast. 

Maxwell, William H. . Galway. 

Second Class (alphabetioal). 
Clarke, John, . . BeMait. 

Corr, WiUiam Rd. . Belfast. 

Dick, John, . . . Belfisst. 
Freycr, P. J. - . ^^7- 

Garde, C. Ii. . . . Cork. 
Hamilton, Henry, . . Belfast. 
Killen, James M. . . Belfast. 
Williams, William J. . Cork. 

Third Class (alphabeHoai), 

Ahearn, John F, . . Cork. 

(Torham, James J. • . (Hlway. 

Koran, WUliam, . . Belfast. 

Joyce, Patrick, . . Galway. 

M'ConnelL John, . . Belfast. 

Moore, Robert, . . Belfast. 

Bentoul, Alfred H. . BelfSsst. 

October, 1872. 

First Class in order <if Merit, 

Porter, Selim Leslie, . Belfast 

Wallace, John Broea, . Belfast. 



Colla«eu 
Kennedy, Willwm, . Bel&st. 
Jordan, John M. . . Bel&st. 
Milward, Edwin Oswald. Galway, 

Second Class in order qf Merit 
Adams, David OglMe, . Galway. 
Cuming, Edward, . . Belfast. 
M'Elwaine, Adam J. • . Belfisat 
Taylor, George Pritchard, Belfast. 
Dickey, Wm. J. Steele, Belfast. 
Monroe, Samuel Holmes, Galway. 

TMrd Class in order of Merit. 
Stuart, John, . Belfast. 

Croly, Daniel, . . Cork. 
Byers, John William, . Belfast 
Wilson, David, . . BeUEsst. 
M'Mordie, Elijah, . . Galway. 
Walker, Samuel, . . Belfast 

October, 1873. 
First Class in order of Merit, 
Clarke, John, . . Belfast 
O'Kinealy, Peter, . . Galway. 
O'Connor, George, . Galway. 
Larmor, Joseph, . . Belfast 
A ndersoD , William John, Belfast. 
M*Namara, Joseph C. . GbJway. 

Second Class in order qf Merit, 
Ryan. John, . . Cork. 

rDicke>', Robert H. F. Bel&at. 
< Kelly, Michael, . . Galway. 

(M*Ninch, James Watt Belfast. 
Parkinson, G. Gardner, Belfast 

Third Class in order of Merit. 
Hamill, Robert James, . Belfast. 
Bates, Arthur Henry, . Belfast 

{Barry, Daniel Francis, Cork. 
Huggard, Wm. Richd. Gralway. 
Stoops, William, . . Cork. 

October, 1874. 
First Class, 
Allen, Andrew J. C. . Bel£stt 
Beatty, William, . . Belfast 
Brookes, Thomas Boyle, Belfast 
Clarke, Hugh Alexander, Belfisst 
Hall, Joseph, . Belfut 

Murphy, J: Howard, . Belfisst. 
Shore, Robert, . . Galway. 

Second Class, 
Brown,Samuel Lombard, Cork. 
Johnston, William J. . BeUaaL 
Somerville, Annesley A. Cork. 
Tate, Alex. Chambers, • Belfisst 



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209 



FACULTY OF LAW 

H0XOB8 WITH THE DSGRSB OF LL.B. 



1853. Qhmb's OoUog» 

Pint, • B«l£ut. 

1854. 

First, • Belfait. 

1867. 

First, • Qtlmj. 

1858. 

First, • Oork and Galwaj. 
1859. 

First, • Belfast. 

1860. 

First, . Belfast. 

1862. 

First, . Galivay. 

1864. 

Third, • . Belfast. 
1865. 

First, • Gal'way. 

1866. 

Third, . Beliast. 

1868. 

First, . Gslway. 

1869. 

First, . Belfast. 

1870. 

First. • Qalway. 

Third, . Cork. 

Third, . Galway. 

1871. 

First, . Belfast. 

Second, . Belfast. 

Third, . Belfast. 

1872. 

First, . Belfast. 

1873. 

First, . BelfSsst. 

First, Cork, (Hlway, & Belfast. 
Second, Bel&st. 

Second, . Galway & Bel£ut. 
1874. 

Shell, Jofle|>h Robert, . . First, . Galway. 

Kentonl, Jas. Alexander, " . Second, . Galway. 

> Law Stadentship, Inns of Conrt^ London, by competition, 
s Late Banlngton Lecturer. 

s Law 8tadentsli]i», Inns of Court, London, Trin. Tenn^ 1860, by eompetitioB. 
Tonserly Bzaminer in Law, Qaeen's UniTersity ; Clerk of ConToeatlon. 

4 Law Stadentship, Inns of Court, London, by competition; formerly 
Examiner in Jarispmdenoe and PoUtioal Economy, Queen^s Unirersity. 

• First Glass ExUUtkoa in the Law of RealProperty,Inna of Court, London^ 
1871. 

• Exhibitioo. Inns of Court, London, 1871. 

7 Consular Serrice, Japan, by competition ; Studentship, Inns of Courts 
London, 1871. 



iJagiam, T. Dunbar, • 
Henry, lliomas, • • 
OTeely,T.O'B. . 
Hooper, Charles John, . 

tH'Parlaad, John, if.A. . 

'Wilson, James, . 

^Monroe, John, A.M. • 

DnfBn, Adam, . • 

Atkinson, John, . 

Gardner, Edward, . 

Killen, James B. . • 

Rogers, William, . 

*M*Swinney, Robert Forster, 
AUen, Robert, 
Maguira, Thomas, . 

cWylie, James Owens, h.a. 
vWUkinson, H. Shaw, B.A. 
Keegan, Peter, 

WyHe, Matthew, B.A. . 

Russell, James, m. a. , 
Thynne, Henrr, b.a.. 
Gray, Alexander, M.A., . 
Todd, R. Henderson, M.A., 



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UlilVXRStTT HONORS. 



H0ROB8 WITH THB DlPLOHA IV ElBBIEMTABT LaW. 



ilnmrn, Thonus Donbftr, 
•M'Mahon, Gkorge T«ilding, 

Eea&e, G. Marcus, 
•Rom, DftTid, 

Kennedy, Alexander D. 

O'Feelyj Timotliy 0*firien. 

Hooper, Cherlef Johni 
^Berrj, Hicheel Richard, 
*Honroe, John, • • 

Atkinion, John, • 

Wood, Richard John, . 
^M'Swinney, Robert Forster, 
?Wylie, James Owens, 

Wallace, Robert, B.A., 

Taylor, William Charles, 



1852. 

First, 
Second, 
1843. 

First, 
1854. 

First, 
1855. 

First, 
L856. 

First, 
1857. 

First, 
1860. 

First, 
1861. 

First, 
1864. 

First, 
1866. 

Second, 
1869. 

First, 
1870. 

First, 
1873. 

Fint, 
1874. 

Second, 



Qaaea*! Collofe. 

Bellast. 

.GalwayandBelfiwt. 

Qalway. 

Belfast 

Cork. 

Chdway. 
. Cork and Galway. 
Cork. 
Galway. 
Galway. 
Cork. 
Galway. 
Bel&st 
Belfast. 
Cork. 



FACULTY OF MEDICINE. 

H0NOS8 WITH THB DSOBBB OF M.D. 



Dickson, James, . . First, 
Moore, John, . . Second, 

1852, (March). 
Donegan, Stephen, • First, 
Stewart, William, . Second, 
Patrick, Jas. Forsythe, Third, 
Hnmplmes, Walter, . Fonrtii, 

1852, (October). 
1863. 
M'Coy, John, • • First, , « 

•Dick, Robert, . • Third, 



Belfast 
Belfast. 

Cork. 
Belfast. 
Belfast. 
Cork. 



Cork. 
Bel£ut. 



> Law Stadentship, Inns of Court, London, by eotapetitlon. 

* Late ProfiBSsor of Mental Seienoe, Royal Oollsfe, Ifanritins. 

* Member of the Senate of the Qneen'e Unlirerslty ; late Seoretaiy Qaeenfs 
OoUegee Commission. 

« Late Chief Justice, Oold Coast. 

* Law Studentship, Inns of Court, London, by competition ; fbrmerlj 
Examiner in Jariapmdenoe and Politieal Eeonomy, <|ueett's University. 

* Law Stadentship, Inns of Comt, London, by competition, 
t Exhibition, Inns of Conrt, London, 1871. 

* Army Medical Serrice, by competition. 



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UNIVEBIUTT UONOR5. 



211 



M*MAth,Al«xaiider, 



{Hoonhmd, John, 
iRiee, William Roche, 

/tM*Cormac,WiUiMii, 
t >Mi^th€r, E. D. . 

{iCoiihan, John, . 
Duilop, A. . 

iM*Creft,John, . 
i 1 Jennings, Alexander, 
1 iWaten, Robert^ . 

HyFUhettj, ThoB. A. 

riClimo, WiUiam H. , 
^ •Diren, Edward, 
(^>Levis, John Sampson, 

'Bartle^, Acheson Geo. 
Hatehmson, James, . 
«Barke, John R. . 

{Moore, John Hamilton, 
•Stoney, John H. L. 



i ^Browne, Thomaa, . 
( 'Carpenter, William, 
' Daxon, William, . 

iQ'Dwyer, Thomas F. 

White, Thomaa Robt. 



^Gorley, Anthony H. 
^Bolster, Thomas G. 

Evatt, Geoxge J. H. 

M*Cloy, John W. 



( Doffr, Francis, 
< M«Mnrtry,AleL._ 
\ iPorter, Alexander, 



M'Mnrtrr.Alex.H.H. 

Bxandfl 
Wall, John, b.a. 



1854. 

• Second, • • 

1855. 
Ko Prize awarded. 

1856. 
. First under Ord. 1850, 
. First under Ord. 1852, 

1857. 
. First under Ord. 1852, 
. First under Ord. 1850, 
. Second under Ord. 1852, 
. Second under Ord. 1850, 

1858. 
. First, 

• Second under Ord. 1852, 
. Second under Ord. 1850, 

1859* 

• First, • • • 
I860, 

• Third, • • • 
. Third, . , 

lliird, 

1861. 
First, 

Second, • . . • 
Third, 

■Fourth (equal), • • 

1862. 

First, . 
First, . 
Second, 
Second, 
Second, 

1868. 

First, 
Third, 
Third, 
Third, 

1864. 

Second, 
Second, 
• Second, 

Third, 



Qumb's College. 
Belfiuit. 



Qalway and Belfast. 
Cork. 

Belfast. 
Galway. 
Gal way. 
Belfast. 

Belfast. 
Belfast. 
Belfast. 

Belfast and Galway. 

Galway. 
Galway. 

Cork. 

Belfast. 
Gulway. 

Galway. 

Galway. 

Bel&st. 

Galway. 

Galway. 

Cork. 

Galwny. 

Galway. 
Cork. 
Galway. 
Bel&gt. 

Galway. 

Belfast. 

Cork. 

Belfast. 



1 Army Medical Serrice, by oompetttloin. 

« Member of Senate, Queen's Unlrerslty; Surgeon to St. Thomas's Hospital, 
London. 

s Professor of Anatomy and Physiology, Royal College of Suigeons, Ireland ; 
Burgeon to St. Vineent^s Hospital. 

4 Haral Medical 8enriee» by oompedtion. 

* Late Assistant to the Professor of Chemistry, Qneen*s College, Oalwaj; 
Professor of Materia Medica, Qneen^s College, Blrmlngbam. 

*8nigeoa City of Dublin Hospital; Demonstrator, Bojal College of 
, Ireland. 

IT, Carmichael Sohool of Medldne. 



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infIT£B8ITT H0K0B8. 



( Bolton, R«aben, 
< iCharlei, John James, . 
( De Zoncho, Isaiah, 

On.j, Geoigo, • 

Rjan, Thomas, B.A. 
Cremen, PMiiek John, 
Kean, Hogh J. • 

*Hadson, Robert S. 
•Price, William. 

Charles, T. W. Gianitoan, 
M'Keown, William Alex. 
M*DonneU, James O^Mally, 
0*Brien, Daniel . 

Alexander, William, . 
(Johnston, William, 

sFre, Joseph Patriek, 
'Magill, James, M.A. 
Browne, Andrew Lang, . 

Anderson, Richard John, M.A., 
Houston, John Knox, 
Manuth, John, 
Mafone, Michael Joseph, . 
Maybury, Horace Mansell^ 
Strahan, John, 

Mayhury, Aurelius Victor, 
Clements, Robert, . 
Dawson, Loais Richard, . 
Hemsted, Edwin, 
Macaulay, Roger, . • 
Walsh, Michael, 
White, Michael, 

Freyer, P. Johnson, B.A. . 
Le Grand, William John, 
Plainer, Charles James, . 
Henry, Joseph, . • 
Parker, Josejph, 



1805. 



1866. 
1867. 



1868. 



Second, 
Second, 
Second, 

Third, 

Second, 

Thixd, 

Third, 



1869. 



Fl3 

Thii 



irst, 
bird, 



1870. 



1871. 



1872. 



1878. 



1874. 



First, 
First, 
Third, 
Third, 

First, 
First, 

First, 

Second, 

Third, 

First, 

First, 

First, 

Second, 

Second, 

Third, 

First, 

Second, 

Second, 

Second, 

Second, 

Second, 

Third, 



First, 

First, 

First, 

Second, 

Second, 



Qveoa's GoUege. 
Belfast. 
Belfast. 
Galway. 

Belfiist. 

Cork. 
Cork. 
Cork. 

Bel&st. 
Belfast. 

Belfast. 
Belfast. 
Galway. 
Galway. 

Bel&st. 
Belfast. 

Galway. 

Cork. 

Belfast 

Belfast. 

Belfast. 

Belfast. 

Cork. 

Belfast. 

Belfast. 

Cork. 

Bel&st. 

BeUisst 

Belfast. 

Galway. 

Galway. 

Galway. 

Galway. 

Cork. 

BelfiMt 

Galway. 
Belfast 



HOXOES AT SbCOHD UHITXBfllTT ExAim AVIOHS IN MbDICDIX* 

1854. 
«Dnggaa, Charles W. . . First, , Galway. 

1855. 
tRice, William Roche, . First, • Cork. 

1 Demonstrator of Anatomy, Qneen's CeUege, BeUisst 
> Army Hedleal Senrioe, by competition, 
s Professor of Materia Medioa, Queen's College, Oalway 
4 Inspector of National Schools. 



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umysBBiTT Hoiroxai 



213 



1856. 

Rnt, 

1857. 

Finl, 

1858. 

First, 
Second, 
Third, 
Third, 

1859. 

First, 

1860. 

First, 

1861. 

First, 

1862. • 

First, . 
Second, 
Second, 
Second, 

1863. 

Third, 

1866. . 
Third, 

1866. 

Second, 

Thiid, 

Third, 

Third, 

Third,' 

1867. 

First, • 
First, ^ 
Second, 

1868. 

First, 
First, 
First, 

1869. 

First, 
First, . 
TWrd,. 



ilfConnM, Willuun, 
M*Crea, John, 

'Dirers, Edward, 

{iQ'Fiaherty, Thomas A. 
^Borden, Iienrj, . 
*LeTiB, John S. 

*Lawson, J. Henrj, 

'Hartley, Acheson-G. 

White, Thomas Robert, 

^Porter, Alexander, . 
( BIigb,John, 
< 'Power, Pierce Gtforffe, 
{ Williams, Richard Uilbert, . 

Hea3, Patrick* . 

Rjan, Thomas, • • • 

Charles, Thomas W. . 

Nowsam, William F. . 
'Price, Gordon, . 
'Price, William, . 
iSaonderson, Wmi H., M.A. 

M 'Donnell, James O'Malley, 
H^Keown, Wm. Alexander, 
O^Brien, Daniel, • 

r Alexander, William, . 
-< Johnston, William, . 
l*Pye, Joseph P. 

Browne, David Qimhame, . 
Simpson, William, 
Coppinger, Richard Wm. . 

1 Member of Senate, Qneen's UniTorsltj; Surgeon, St. Thomas's Hospital, 
London. 

* I<ate Assistant to the Professor of Chemistry, Queen^s Ctollcge, Oalway ; 
Flrofessor of Materia Medioa, Queen's Oollege, Birmingham, 

s Natal Medical deMce, bj oompetltion. ■ 

4 Demonstrator of Anatomj, Queen's College, Belfkst. 

5 Army Medical Senrioe, by competition. . 

• Late Professor of Physiology, Queen's Oollcige, Birmingham ; Leetnrer, 
8t. Mary's Hoepital, London. 

7 Naral Medical Serrlee, by oompetttloo. 

« ProfeMor of Materia Medioa, Qnaen^a Oolkg^ ealway. 



Qveen's Oollege. 
Beliast. 

Belfast. 

Gal way. 
, Belfast and Qalway. 
Belfast. 
Cork. 

Galway. 

Belfast. 

i Galway. 

; Belfast. 

6(alway. 
Cork. 
Cork. 

Cork. 

Cork. 

Bel£ut. 
Cork. 
Belfast. 
Belfast i 
Galway. 

» Galway. 

Belfast. 
Galway. 

Belfast. 
Bel£ut. 
Galway. 

Belfa^. 
• Galway. 

Cork. 



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imiVXRSITT HONORS. 



Andenon, Riebud Jolm, 
Honston, John Knox, 

Clements, Robert, 
DavBon, Louis Ridutfd, 
O'Brien, Bartholomew^ 

Moran, James, 

Speer, William Savage^ 

Charles, Daniel Allan, 
Erskine, Robert, . 

Starkie, Richard Fxaneis, 
Welply, John Jagoe, . 
Woods, Arthor A. 
Kirker, Gilbert, . 
M'Geagh, WilUam, . 



,1870. 

First, 
Second, 

1871. 

First, 
First, 
Second, 

1872. 
. Second, 

Third, 

1873. 

First, 
Third, 

1874. 

First, 

First, 

First, 

Second, 

Second, 



Q«een*s OeOefek 
BelfiMt. 
Bel&st. 

Bel&st. 
BeliaBt. 
Cork. 

Cork. 
Belfittt. 

Belfast 
Belfast. 

Cork. 

Cork. 

Belfast. 

Belfast. 

Belfast. 



HoNOBs AT Fnar Uhitbiisitt Examination in Medicis^ 



McCarthy, Michael Joseph, 



1874. 



Second, 



Cork. 



ENGINEERING. 

HOVOBS WITH THB DiPLOMA IN EnGINBEBINQ. 

1865. 



O^Klnealy. ICehael, « 

Ledger, James C. 
lO'Connor, William M. 
Roberts, Thomas R. 

{•Cox, William Sidney, • 
HiU, William Heniy,. 

Unkles, Joseph, . • 

Mansfield, Edward, • 
Falkiner, Richard D. . 

Stoney, Edward W. • 

Shaw, William, . 
Scott, Conway, . 

Perrott, William, 
Hill, Arthor, 



First, 
1858. 

First, 
i Second, 

Third, 
1859. 

Second, 

Second, 
1860. 

Second, 
1861. 

First, 

Second, 
1868. 

First, 
1864. 

First, 

Second, 
1865. 

Second, 

Third, 



Galway. 

Code 
Cork. 
Cork. 

Cork. 
Cork. 

Cork. 

Cork. 
Qalway. 

Galway. 

Cork. 
Bel&st. 

Cork. 
Cork. 



1 1?oyal Engineers, by eompetitloB. 

' Late Architect to Eeclesiastieal Commissioners. 



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215 



B«l&«t. 
GalwftT. 

BdiMt. 

Cork. 

Cork. 
Cork. 
Galwmy. 

Belfast. 



1866. 

Pint, . Cork. 

Pint, Bel&rt. 

Sooond, . Gal^wBj. 

Second, . Belfut. 

Third, . Cork. 

Third, • Cork. 

Third, . BelfiuU 
1867. 

PifBi, . Belfiut.: 

Second, . Qalway. 

Third, . Bel&at. 

Third, . Cork. 

H0NOB8 WITH THE DSOBEB OF BaCHBLOR IH EnGINSEBOCO* 

186a 
I First, 

r Pirrt, 

Second, 

Third, 
1869. 

Pint, 

First, 

First, 

Second, 

Thiid, 

Third, 

Third, 
1870. 

PM, 
1871. 

Pint, 

Second, 

Second, 

Third, 

Third, 
1872. 
i^nam, ratrick, • • First, 

Haycroft, James Isaac, . Second, • 

Second, 

Second, 

Third, 
1873. 

First, 
1874. 

First, 

First, 

Second, 

Second, 
1 Engineer, Public Works of India, by competition. 
' Whitworth Scholarship, by competition. 

• Sonreyorship, Demerara. 

« Professor of Hathematfos, Sdenee and Bnglneeilnflr, Khig*s ^OeDeg^ 
UnlYersityf Windsor, NoTa Scotia. *PWHi 

• Assistant Professor, Owen's College, Manchester. i ' 7^ 

• y tfth place at Cooper's HUl College, for Indian Engineering Senice, 1871. 



Jonea, John H. . 

Wal]aee,JohnB.,B.A. 
>LTnham, WUliamP. 

Macnidy, John. • 
*Anglin, Samnel, . 
iRinc, Robert, 

Sanders, Richard B. 



Wilson, James, . ^ 
iHnffhea, William, B.l. 
iM*Kinnev, Hugh Giffin, 

Thomhill, Joseph Helen, 



*Martin, James H. 
^Oram. John E. 
<MiUar,JohnB. . 
Kane, Roderick W. . 

GloTer, Ralph Stephen, 
Moran, James, . , 
*Parkes, Benjamin, 
Townsend, Thomas Achillei, 
Bottomler, William, 
Gibson, Edmund, • 
Hill, Luke Mullock, . 

Perry, John, . • 

Palkiner, George Alex. 
Hayeroft, Henry, 
M^Kee, Daniel, . 
Julian, Robert Hill, . 
Thomson, John, . 

Lynam, Patrick, • 
aycroft, James Isaac^ 
West, Geoive Francis, 
Wilson, Robert, 
Bull, James Alfred, . 

Perry, James, . . 

Horan, John, 
Kingston, William, . 
Wilson, Alexander, • 
Woods, Richard John, 



Belfast. 
Bel&st. 

Galway. 

Cork. 
Belfast 
Cork. 
Belfast. 

Galway. 

Cork. 

BellasL 

Belfut. 

Cork. 

Belfut. 

Belfast. 

Cork. 

Bel&st 

Galway. 



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0inTxs8XTr HOHom. 



Honors at Fibot UmnrsBsiTT Exaiqiiatior in ENGDnmuoro, 



May^ 1862. 
FirttCUm. 



Burke, George J. ,' 
'Richard, Henry J. 

Second Clan. 
Madden, W. F. . 



Qaeen's 

Collage. 

Cork. 

Cork. 



Cork. 



October^ 1862. • 
Firtt Clasi» 
IQnarry, William, . . Cork. 
iStoney, Edward Waller, Galway. 

Second Clast. 
Kehoe,JohnFranciBy • Cork. 

May, 1863. 

Second Class, 
•Seott, William, . . Galway. 

October, 1863. 
First Class, 
Scott, Conway, . . Bel£ut. 
Shaw, William Henry, . Cork. 

Second doss, 
Lightbody, Robert, . . Galway. 
O'Neil, Henry, . . Cork. 
tUnkle8,Riehard Natter, Cork. 

October, 1864. 

First Class, 

aCampbell, John, . . fielfait. 

Perrott, William, . . Cork. 

Second Ckus. 
Dooley, Michl. Stanlfllaas, Gklway. 
Odling, Charles Wm. . Galway. 

Third Class, 
HiU,Arthar, . . Cork. 



1865. 

JPt'rs^ t» order of Merit, 

Qaeen's 

CoUa«eb 

iLynham, W. P. . . Galway. 

Wilso^, James, . • Bel&at. 

Wallace, John Beattie, . Bel&st. 

Jones, John H. . . Cork. 

Second in order qf Merit. 
Haynes, Edward W. . Cork. 
Sanders, Richard B. . Belfut. 

Third in Order of Merit, 
Anglin, ^:»amuel, • . Cork. 
Hannan, John, . . Cork. 
Macurdy, John, . . Belfast. 
iRine, Robert, . . Cork. 
Weldon, George, . . Cork. 

1866. 

Firsi in order of Merit. 

Hughes, William, B.i., Galway 

Second in order qf Merit, 
M'Mordie, David, . Belfurt. 

Thomhill, Joseph H. . Cork. 
ICartin. James U. . . Belfast. 

Third in order qf Merit, 
^M'Kinney, Hugh Giffen, Belfast. 

October, 1867. 

First Class in order of Merit, 

^Nightingale, Walter H. Galway. 

Millar, John Bell, . Bel&st. 

Kane, Roderick W. . Cork. 

Second Class, 
*Oram, John Earl, . Galway. 

Third Class, 
Scott, Buofaanan, . . Beliast. 

October, 1868. 

Fir^ Class in order qf MeriL 
*Parkes,' Benjamin, . Cork. 
BoUomley, William, . Belfast. 
Glover, Ralph Stephen, . QsXwmj, 
Moran, James, . . Cork. 



Engineer, PubUo Wofks of India, by oompetit3on. 
s Professor of Mathematical Sdence and Engtneerfng, KlngV.Collice 
Vniversity, WindMir, Kova Sootta^ 
s Fifth plaee at Cooper's HiU College, fbr Bngineering Serrlee of India. 



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217 



Seeoad CUm m wiw qf MeriL 
Qhmd's 
CoUog*. 
Gibfon, Edmund, . . Bel&it. 

TTdrd data in order cf Merit. 
Dum, Alfred G. . . Cork. 
Lafbn, Oeone BMteble, Cork. 
Townaand, Thomas A. . Galway. 

October^ 1869. 

Firtt CUue m order qf Merit, 
Falkiner, Gvorge A. . Gal-waj. 
Parry, John, . Bellut. 

Seeomd Gan m order ^f Merit. 
[Nona.] 

TJUrd CUua in order of MerU. 
Robaon, Robart G. . Balfast. 
Julian, Robert HiU, . Cork. 
Many, Oeoiga Hogh, . Belfait. 
Moon, Jamea R. . . Galway. 

October, 1870. 

Firtt Ckut in order qf Merit. 

M<Kaa, Danial, . . Bal&st 

Seeomd Clou in order of Merit. 
Hayeroft, Heniy, . . Cork. 

Third Claee in order tf Merit. 
D*Arcy, William Edirard, Galway. 

Fint Ckut in order of Merit. 
Lrnam, Patrick, . . Gkliray. 
Wait, George Francis, . Belfast. 



October, 1871. 

Seeomd Claat in order ^ Merit. 
QaMB's 
CoUege. 

Staart,Chas. McDonnell, Belfast. 

Jhird Clatt in order of Merit. 

Wilson, Robert, . . Belfut. 

Chabrel, Mareeline, . Cork. 

Haycroft, James J. . Cork. 

Hunter, Joseph, . . BeUsst. 

October^ 1872. 

Firtt Gatt in order <^f Merit 

Perry, James, . Belfast. 

Second Clatt in order o^MeriL 

Prendergaat, Ptttriek J. Galway. 

Shawcross, H. Joseph, . Belfast. 

Third Clatt «n order of Merit. 

Wilson, Alexander, . Belfast. 

1873. 

Firtt Clatt in order qf Merit, 

Horan, John, . Belfast. 

Woods, Richard, . . Galway. 

Kingston, William, . Cork. 

Third Clatt (alphabeiieal). 
Caldwell,Robt.Inkerman Belfast. 
Dnggan, John, . Cork. 

October, 1874. 

Firtt date, 

Coey, Robert, . Belfast. 

Connary, Daniel, . . Cork. 

Pisher, John M. . . . Galway*. 



AGRICULTURE. 

HOHOBS IflTR THE DiFLOMA IN AgBICTTITURK. 



*8k]lling, Thomas, . 
SQ^Han, Thomas, • 

•Smyth, John Wait, 
]inrphy,Edmnnd, . 

Bndshaw,G. • 

Gordon, Alexander, 

Stnagman, T. Wilson, 

> Bifaelor Xodet Tann, Royal Park, Helboona. 

• la a p e o tor of Hational Schools, by eompetltioD, 

* Olfil Serriee of India, by competition. 



1852, (Mardb). 

• • First, 

• . Second, 

1852, (October). 
. First, 
. Second, 

1857. 

. First, 

1859. 
• • Second, 
I860. 
. Hat, 



Qveen*! College^ 
Galway. 

Galway. 

Belfast. 
Cork. 

Galway. 

Belfast. 

Cork. 



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218 U1IIVXB8ITT HOHOB8. 

noNOB8 iH Celtic axd Savikbit. 

QvMn's Colkft. 
1852. 



CoghliB, Boy]* Wm. B.1. 


. Pint in Celtic, . 
1853, 


Coik. 


Crowe, John 0*Beuiie, b.a. 


Fint in Celtic, . • 
1854. 


BelfMt. 


lO'DriieoU, Denis F.B.A. . 


Fint in Celtic, 
1857/ 


Cork. 


BreeD,J. B.A. • 


Fint in Celtic 


Cork&Galimy. 



1858. 

Hart, Junei C. bjl • • Second in Celtic, ^ Galimy. 

1859. 

{Sigerson, Gkorge, M.I>. • First in Celtic, . Galway & Cork 

<S^ding, Robert Deey, MJL Fint in Sanikrit, . Cork, 

fioumei, William H. ILD. • Second in Celtic, . Oalway. 



I860. 
Second 
OSnllivan, Stephen, '• • Third in Celtic, ' • Cork. 



Stnmgman, t. Wilson, . Second in Celtic, . Cork. 
0'Snmvan,r • "* * ' ' 



1861. 
^podding, John B. B.A. . First in Sanskrit, . Cork. 
l>itto, . . . Third in Arabic 

1862. 
•Walsh, DaTid John, . . Fint in Celtic, • Ceric 

1868. 

Bjan, Thomas, . . Fint in Celtic, ' • Cork. 

Beamish, James M. . • Second in Celtic, • Cork. 
M*Siriney, John, . . Third in Celtic, . Cork. 

1864. 
•Foreman, Bobert Lowther, • Third in SaDskrit • Galmy. 

* Inspector of National Schools, 1^ eompetitfon. 
t Gi?il Serriee of India, by eompetition. 

• Amy Medkal Serrioe, bj eompetttioB. 



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UNITSmSITT HOJrOBS. 219 

PRIZES POUNDED BY PUBLIC SUBSCRIPTION. 

ExHIBITI Om AWARDKD AT THB F1B8T UhIYSBSETT 
ExAJflNATIOll IN AbTS. 

October, 186h 
r Afton, Willuun Oeoige, QiMen's Oollege, Bel£u( Pint, £20 a^year 
J for two jean. 

1 Loebodj, John Robiiuon, Qum&'i College, Belfiurt ; Pint, £20 a-yeer 
(^ for two yean. 

f Allen, Hamilton Lowry, Queen^s College, Belfast; Second, £1 da-year 
for two yean. 
Edgar, Bot>ert M'Cheyne, Qaeen^s College, Belfast Second, £10 a-year 
vn two years. 
• Greene, Joseph L., Qneen's College, Qalway; Second, £10 a-year for 
two yean. 
Leaiy, Joseph L., Queen's College, Galway; Second, £10 a-year for 

two years. 
^Park, John, Queen's College, Belfast ; Second, £10 a-year for two years. 

October^ 1862. 
^Hare, Ghistavus J. C, First from Queen's College, Galway ; £20 a-year 

for three yean. 
Park, William, Pint from Queen's College, Belfast ; £20 a-year for 

threeyears. 
Ryan, Thomas^ First from Queen's College, Cork ; £20 a-year for three 

yean. 
'Armour, James B., Qneen's College, Belfast ; £15 Sryear for three yean. 
Ijeitch, Matthew, Qneen's College, Belfast ; £15 a-year for three years; 
and £10 a-year for three yean, as the best answerer in Ancient 
Classics. 
Shaw, James, Qneen's College, Belfast ; £15 a-year for three yean. 
Smith, William M*L., Queen's College, Belfast; the best answerer in 
Matiiematical Science ; £10 a-year for three yean. 

October, 1863. 

'ETans, Biehardson, Ficst from Queen's College, Cork ; £20 a-year for 

three yean. 
HacDonnelU Anthony, First from Qneen's College, Chdway ; £20 a-year 

for three yean. 
Shaw, James Johnston, First from Queen's CoUege, Belfast; £20 a-year 

for three yean; and £10 a-year for three years, as the best answerer 
. in Ancient Clasrics. 
'Cleeland, Robert, Second from Queen's College, Belfast ; £15 a-year 

for three yean ; and £10 a-year for three years, as the best ani?rerer 

in Mathematical Science. 
Wood, John Edward, Second from Queen's College, Galway £15 ft-year 

for three years. 

October, 1864. 
'Torrens, James, Bint from Queen's College, Belfiut; £20 a-yeer for 

ihreeyean. 
Wilson, Edward Daniel Joseph, First from Queen'b College, Cork; 
£20 a-yeer f/a three yean; uid £10 a-year for three yean, as the 
beat an swer e r in Ancient Classics. 
WilMMi, William Nesbitt, First from Qaeen*i College, Galway; £20 
a-year for three years. 

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320 UNXYBMSITT HONORS. 

Burke, Michaitl, S«eoBd from Qaotn's Golleg*, Cork ; £IS ft-year for 

throe T«an. 
M'Hordie, Willuun, Second from Qaeen'i College, Belfast; £15 a-year 

for three years; and £10 ft-year for three yean, as the best answerer 
^ in Mathematical Science, 
f M*Kean, Edward, Thiid from Qneen*s College, Belfast; £15 a-year for 

the first year; £15 for the second year; and £10 a-year for the third 

October, 1865. 

^HaeSwinney, Robert Forster, First from Quoen^s College, Gal way; 

£20 a-year for three years. 
Newsome, James Clarence, First from Qneen^s College, Belfast : £20 a- 
year for three years; and £10 a-year for three years, as the best 
^ answerer in Ancient Classics. 
^Haghes, William, Second from Qneen^s College, Galway ; £15 a-year 

for tlffee years. 
Smith, Hugh M'Laren, Second from Queen's College, Belfast; £15 
a-year for three years; and £10 a-year for three years, as the best 
answerer in Mathematical Science. 
Mnrphy, James Edward, Third from Queen's CoUege, Belfiut ; £15 
a-year for the first year ; £1 5 for the second year ; umI £10 a-year for 
the third year. 

October y 1866. 
Anglin, Arthur Henry, First from Queen's College, Cork; £20 a-year 

for three years. 
MacAulay, Coleman P. , First from Queen's College, Galway ; £20 a-year 

for three years. 
Monteath, James, First from Queen's College, BelCut; £20 a-year fur 
. three years. 
Brooke, William, Second from Queen's College, Gklway; £15 a-year 

for three years. 
FitzGorald, William Gborge, Second from Queen's College, Cork ; £15 

a-year for three years. 
Wylie, James Owens, Second from Queen's College, BeUSut; £15 
^ a-year for threeyears. 
Morrow, Robert, Third from Queen's CoUm, Belfitft ; £15 a-year for 
the first ; £15 for the second year ; and £10 a-year for ihe third year. 

Ansiin, Arthur Henry, First in Mathematical Science, Queen's College, 

Cork; £10 a-year for threeyears. 
CnSsy John Walker, First in Ancient CUssics, Queen's College, Belfast ; 

£10 a-year for three years. 

October, 1867- 
'MacDonald, Charles James, First from Queen's College, Galwny ; £20 

a-year for three years. 
Morrison, John, Fust from Queen's College, Belfttt; £20 a-year for 
three yean ; and £10 s-year for three years, as the best answerer in 
Ancient Clasnca. 
O'Brien, Joseph H., Flrrt from Queen's College, Code ; £20 ft-year for 
^ threeyears. 
'Fitzpatnck, John, Second from Queen's College, Galway; £15 a-year 

for three yean. 
Hoey, WilUam, Seeond from Queen's CoUige, Belfiut; £15 a-year for 

threeyears. 
Rearden, Thomas David, Second from Qaeen's CoUige, Cork ; £15 
a-year for three years. 



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LMVfiftSXTi' UONORS. 221 

(Ytmngy John, Third from Qaeen*s College, B«Ifut ; £15 a-yoar for the 

tfint year; £15 for the second year ; £10 a-year for the third year; and 
£ lOa-year for three years, as the hest answerer in MathematicalSeience. 

(htober, 1868. 
rStaek, Edmvd, First from Qneen*s College, Belfast ; £20 a-year for 

< three years ; and £10 a-year for three years, as the hest answerer in 
l^ Ancient Classics. 

r Drummond, Michael, First from Qaeen^s College, Galway ; £20 a-year 

J for three years. 

1 Finneane, Michael, First from Qoeen's College, Cork ; £20 a-year for 

t^ three years. 

THenzy, William Edward, Second from Qaeen's College, Galway ; £15 

J a-year for three years. 

] Seott, Ross, Second from Qaeen*8 College, Bel&st ; £15 a-year for three 

I years. 

fHoran, Thomas, Second from Queen*8 College, Cork ; £15 a-year for 

< three years ; and £10 a-year for three years, as the hest answerer in 
V Mathematical Science. 

< Wilkin, James, Third frx>m Qneen's College, Belfrst; £15 for the first 
\ year; £15 for the second year ; and £10 for the third year. 

October, 1869. 
( llanison, John Henry, First from Qaeen^s College, Qalway ; £20 a-year 
i for three years ; and £10 a-year for three years, as the hest answerer 
•< in Mathematical Sciences. 

1 Brown, William Wallace, First from Queen^s College, Belfast; £20 
1^ a-year for three years. 

f Mitchell, Robert, Second from Qneen*s College, Galway; £15 a-year 
j for three years. 

•{ Maxwell, William J., Second from Queen*s College, Belfast; £15 
J a-year for three years; and £10 a-year for three years, as the best 
( answerer in Ancient Classics. 

I* Morris, George, Third from Qneen's CoUese, Bel&st; £15 a-year for 
< the lirst year; £15 a-year for the secona year; £10 a-year for the 
( third. 

October, 1870. 

'M^Master, James, Fint from Queen's College, Belfast; £20 a-year for 

three years, and £10 a-year for three years, as the best answerer in 

Classics. 
Mnllally, Michael, First from Qneen's College, Galway ; £20 a-year for 

three years. 
M*Farlaiid, John Henry, Second from Qneen^s College, Bel&st; £15 

a-year for three years, and £10 a-year for three yean, as the best 

answerer in Mathematical Scienee. 
Moorhead, Jamet, Second from Qneen*8 College, Galway; £15 a-year 

for three years. 

October. 1871. 

'Hynea, Jamet J., Fint from Qneen's College, Cork ; £20 a-year for 

three yean; and £10 a year for three yean, as the best answerer in 

Ancient Classics. 
Lynam, James, First from Qneen's College, Galway ; £20 a-year for 

three yean. 
Coates, Charles V., First from Qneen's College, Belfast ; £20 a-year for 

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222 UNiVBBSITT uoNoas. 

rO*Doii<M;hae, Jamei J., Second from Qaeen*s College, Cork ; £J5 »- 
J year for three yean. 

1 Maxwell, WiUiam H., Second from Queen*i CoUige, GalwAy ; £15 a. 
^ year for three years. 

• October, 1872. 
r Porter, Selim Leslie, First from Qaeen^s College, Belfitft; £20 a-year 
I for three Y«an ; and £10 a-year for three years, as the best answerer in 
•{ Aneient Classics. 

I Milward, Edwin Oswald, First from Qaeens College, Qalway; £20 
I. a-year for three years. 
Wallace, John Brace, Second from Qneen^s College, Bel£ut ; £ 15 a-year 

for three years. 
Dickey, James Steele, of Qaeen*s College. Belfast ; £10 a-year for three 
yean, as the beet answerer in Mathematical Science. 

October, 1873. 
'Clarke, John, Pint from Queen's College, Belfast ; £20 a-year for three 

yean. 
O'kinealy, Peter, First from Queen^s College, Oalway; £20 a-year for 

three yean ; and £10 a-year for three yean, as the best answerer in 
. Mathematical Science. 
'Lannor, John, Second from Queen's College, Belfast ; £15 a year for 

three yean. 
O'Connor, G^rge, Second from Queen's College, Qalway ; £15 a-year 

for three yean ; and £10 a-year for three years, as the best answerer 
. in Ancient Classics. 

October, 1874. 
Allen, James Campbell, First from Queen's College, Belfast; £17 lOr. 

a-year for three yean ; and £10 a-year for three yean, as the best 

answerer in Mathematical Science. 

i Clarke, Hugh Alexander, Fint from Queen's College, Belfast ; £17 10.«. 
a-year for three yean ; and £10 a-year for three yean, as the best 
answerer in Ancient Classics. 
Shore, Robert, Fint from Queen's College, Galway; £20 a year for 
thrae yean. 

EzHXBinOH AWABDSD AT SeCOND UmyBBfilTT EXAMIHATIOK 
IN MXDICIKE. 

October, 1862. 
Porter, Alexander, Queen*8 College, Bel£ut ; First, £20 a-year for tw» 
years. 

October, 1867. 
M'Keown, William Alexaadar, Queen's College, Belfast ; First, £20 a-year 

for two yean. 
M^DonnelU James O'Malley, Queen's College, Qalway; Second, £15 aryear 
for two yean. 
I October, 1868. 

Alexander, William, QueevTe College, BeUsat: Fint in the non-profes- 
sional Subjects of Examination ; two instalments of £20 each. 
i Pye, Joseph P., Queen's College, Galway ; Second in the son-professional 

I Subjects of Examination ; two instalments of £15 each. 

October, 1869. 
Simpaon^William. Queen's College, Qalway; First in the non-ptolisasional 

Snbjeets of Examination ; two instalments of £20 each. 
Browne, David Qnham, Queen's College, Belfast; Second in the non* 

profesaional Snbjeets of Examination ; two instalments of £15 each. 



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UNIVERSITY UOXOB8. 228 

October y 1870. 
AndanoD, Ridiaxd John, of Queen*s College. B«l&it; Fint in tho non- 
profewcnftl Sabjecti of the Goone ; two inftalmenta of £20 each. 

October, 1871. 
Dftwion, lioaii R., of Qaeen'a College, Bel&st, F!nt in the non-profeinonnl 
flnhjeels of the Gonne ; two InstalmentB of £20 each. 

October, 1874. 
Welply, John J. Qooen's College, Cork ; Fint» £20 »-Tear for two yean. 
Woods, Arthnr A. Qneen'i CoU^e, Belfaat ; Seoond, £15 a-year for two 
yeazB. 

EzBIBmOXS AWABDXD AT FlBST UmyBBaiTT EzAXmATION 

ni Enouiebbino. 

October, 1862. 
Stoney, Edward W., Queen*s College, Qalway; Fint, £20 a^year for 

two yean. 
Qoany, William, Qaeen*i College, Cork ; Second, £15 a-year for two yeari. 

October, 1863. 
Seott, Conway, Qaeen^s College, Belfast; First, £20 a-year for two yean. 
Shaw, William Hy., Qneen^s College, Cork; Second, £15 a-year for 
two yean. 

October, 1864. 
Cbmpbell, John, Qneen*B College, Bel&at ; Pint, £20 a>year for two yean. 
Penott, William, Qneen'a College, Cork ; Second, £15 a-year for two yean. 

October, 1865. 
Wilson, James, Qneen^s College, Belfast ; First, £20 a-year for two yean. 
Lynham, W. P.^ Qaeen*s College, Galway ; Second, £15 a-year for two 
yean. 

October, 1866. 
Hoghes, William, B.A., Queen's College, Galway; First, £20 a-year for 
two years. 

October, 1867. 
Nighttsgale, Walter Hawkins, Queen's College, Ghdway; Fint, £20 

a-year for two yean. 
]liQBr,JohnBeU,Queen*sColIege,Belfast; Second, £15.a-year for two yean. 

October, 1868. 
Parkes, Benjamin, Qneen*s College, Cork ; First; £20 a-year for two yean. 
Bottomley, William, Queen's College, Bel&st; Second; £15 a-year for 
twoyeark 

October, 1869. 
FalkineTy George A., Queen*s College. Galway; Fint; £20 a-year for 

two yean. 
Peny, John, Queen's CoU^, Belfut; Second ; £15 a-year for two years. 

October, 1870. 
]f*Kee, Dmiel, Queen's College, Belfast; Fint ; £20 a-year for two yean. 

October^ 1871. 
hprnm, Patrick, of Queen's College, Galway ; First; £20 a-year for two 

yean. 
West, George Francis, of Queen's College, Bel&it; Second,* £15 a-year 

for tws yean. 



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224 



UNIVERSITT H0N0B8. 



Houston, Thomu, M.A. 
KiBbey.W. H. . 

Wilson, Edwatd D. J., b.a. 
M'Malkn, Samuel Jamof, 1I.A. 



Houston, Thomas, if.A. 
Wilson, E. D. J., b.a. 

Hamilton, Samnel M. . 
Buckley, Daniel F., B. A. , 

Magnira, T., aA. 
HacSwinney, Robert F., ILA, 

Stronge, Samuel E. 

Adftir, Thomas, 
Maguire, Thomas. M.A* 

Wilson, Daniel, B.A. . 
Oillin, Heniy, 

Wilson, Daniel, B.A. . 
Guilin, Heniy Censidine, B.A. 

Malone, Bliohael Joseph, lf.D, 

Gordan, John, B.A. 
Hanniguiy Denis F. 



Qoeea's College 
Belfrit 
Bel&it 

Cork. 



Odtdber, 1872. 

Pmry, James, of Qae«n*s College, BeUwt; Fifit; £20 ft-year for tire 
years. 

October, 1873. 
Horan, John, of Qoeen*s College, Belfast ; First ; £30 a-mr for two jsan. 
Woods, Riehard, of Queen^s College, Oalway; Seeond; £15 a-yearfor 
two years. 

October, 1874. 
Coey, Robert, Queen*s CoUese, Belfast ; First ; £20 t^jmr for two yvaii. 
Connery, Daniel, Qneon*s College, Cork; Second; £15 a-year for two 
yean. 

PuzB8 ZH Composition opbn to Graduatxs and Usdbr- 

QRADUATBS. 

1864 

First, . 

Second, . 
1885. 

First, . 

Second, . 
1866. 

First, . 

Second, . 
1867. 

First, . 

Second, . 
1868. 

First, . 

Second, . 
1869. 

Second, . 
1870. 

First, • 

Second, . 

1871. 

First, . 

Second. . 
1872. 

First 

Second, . 
1878. 

First, . 
1874. 

First, . 

Second, . 



Belfast. 
Cork. 

Bel£Mt. 

Cork. 

Galway. 
Galway. 

Bel&st. 

BeliaBt 
Qalway. 

Cork. 
Ghdwuy. 

Cork. 
Ghdwaj. 

Cork. 

Galway. 
Cork. 



PbIZX Ur COMPOBITXON OPKN TO UlfBBBOEADUATBS. 

1864. 
Adams, Richard, Cork. 

1865. 
M'Mordie, William, Bel&st 

1867. 
Ifagnire, Thomas, ... Qalwaj. 



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DNlVBaSITr HONORS. 

1868. 



Kirkpatrick, WiUiam T. 
^iill^,J. 



Adair, llioinat, . 
Drippi^ John Keen, 
Oallin, Heniy, 



1869. 
1870.' 
1871. 
1872. 



225 

QiiMB*s Cttlkg*. 
B«UMt. 
BeUMt 

Beliut. 

Belfait. 
Cork 



Moran, John, 
MjJk9B, JunM J. . 

1874. 

M'Millan, John, S^J^^' 

O^Connor, Goorge, .... . • wlway. 

Pjuze m CoiGPOflxnoM opeh to Ukdsbgbaduatbs in 

Mbdicinb. 

1865. 

Mallan, Andrew, ILA. ... « . Bel&st 

1866. 
. . . Cork. 

1867. 
. . . Bdfkrt. 

1868. 

. . Bol&rt. 

1869. 

Gidw»y. 

1870. 

Ghdinty. 

1871. 
, William, 8.1 Galinty. 

1872. 
0*Gallaghan, John, B.A Cork. 

1873. 
ITilaon, Daniel, Cork. 



Bueklej, D. F., B.A. 
Charloi, Thonuu William, 
Charlea, Thomas William, 
Pje, Joseph P. • 

Pye, Joseph P. . 



PbEQM AwABDBD at EmTBAHCS ExAMZNATIOlfS. 

October, 1863. 
Adun, Bidhaid, . First in English Composition, 



Atkinson, Nicholas, . First in English Composition, 
HalL John Carey, . First in English Composition, 
' Hashes, William, . First in Qeometry, 
8mith,HnffhM'Laren, First in Oeometry, 
^Wright, Francis, . First in Geometry, 
^Hector, William, . Second in Geometry 
I^rnham, William, . Second in English G 
M'Collvm, John, . Second in Geometry^ 
Mills, John, . . Second in G^eometnN . 
Newaonie,J.Clai«iee, Second in English Composition, 
^Roeho, Fnaeis, . . Soeond in B^ish ConpoaltloB, 



CoUege. 

Cork. 

Galinty. 

Belfast. 

Oalinty. 

Bel&st. 

Cork. 

Galiray. 

Galinty. 

Bel&st 

Cork. 



l8 



Cork. 



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UKIVERSITT HONORS. 



Cr»lg, J. W. . 
Haddon, D. H. 
Lawrence, (George, ' . 
Ifacaire, Thomu, 
O* Wylie, Jaxoes, 
. WaUli, Michael, 
^Allin, GharleB, . 
Bottomly, Thomas D.* 
GiUman, Thomas, 
Ward, Peter, . 

^Wilson, John, . 



Crook8hank,Cha8. W. 

Oram, John, 

Brown, WilUamM. . 
Craig, William, 
Newell, Robert, 
Ferdinand, Charles, . 
Yonng, John, . 
O'Hea, M. 
^Eaton, Thomas, 



De Zouche, J. . 
Magill, James, . 
Stack, Edward, 
Druiy, H. D. . 
Hf 'Mordie, Robert J. 
Mahonj, J. 
Egan, P. . 
holiday, John Thos.' 
Heazle, Henry C. 
Glover, R. S. . 
Parkes, R. 
^Scott, Ross, 



r Brown, W. W. . 
Moran, John, . 
< Concannon, Patrick, 
Harrison, John, 
^Bobson, Robert G. 
"Collin, HenxT. . 
Derham, WiUiam, 
MiugEave, D. . 
* Jcdian, R. P. . 
Mocao, John, 
^Murphy, John H. 



October, 1864, 

CoUegct 
First in English Composition, . . Belfast. 
First in Geometnr, .... Cork. 
First in English Uomposition, . . Cork. 
First in English Composition, . . Galway. 
First in Geometry, .... Beliast. 
First in Geometry, .... Galway 
Second in English Composition, . . Cork. 
Second in English ConipoBition, . . Belfast. 
Second in Greometzy, .... Cork» 
Second in Geometry, and Second in 

English Composition, . . . Galway 
Second in Geometry, .... Belfast, 

October, 1865. 
First in English Composition and First 

in Gteometrr, .... Cork. 

First in English Composition and First 

in Geometry, .... Galway* 

First in Geometnr Belfast. 

Second in English Composition, . Belfast. 

Second in English Composition, . Cork. 

Second in English Composition, . Galway. 

Second in Geometry, . . . Beliast. 

Second in Geometry, . . . Cork. 

Second in Geometry, . . Galway* 



October, 1866. 

First in English Composition, 
First in English Composition, 
First in English Composition, 
First in Geometry, 
First in Geometry, . 
First in Geometry, 
Second in Kuglish Compontion, 
Second in English Composition, 
Second in English Composition, 
Second in Geometry, . 
Second in Geometiy, 
Second in Geometry, 

October, 1867. 

. Fint in English Composition, 
. First in English Composition, 
. First in Geometry, . 
,. First in Geometry, . 
. First in Ghometiy, . 
. Second in Composition, 
, Second in Composition, 
. Second in Compontion, . 
. Seeoodrin (Jeomatry, . 
. Seeond in Geometry, 
. Seeond in^Geometiy, 



Gbdway. 
Coric. 
Belfast. 
Gialway. 
Belfast. 
Cork. 
Galway. 
Belfast. 
Cork. 
Galway. 
Cork. 
, Belfast. 



Bel&st. 
Gal war. 
Cork. 
Galway. 
Belfast. 
Galway. 
Cork. 
Bel&st. 
, Cork. 
Galway. 



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CNITERSITT HONORS. 



227 



October^ 1868. 

Bljtfa. FillW D. • Fuart in Engliah GompodU<m, 
Hooitoa, J. P. Craig, • Pint in EofliBh Gompontion, . 
Reide, Hoetpr M.. • Fint in En^irii Cknnpotition, . 
BbeUuJl, John J. . Fint in G^om^try, 
Oltmenti, Rpbert, • Fint in GteonMtrj, 
^M'FarUneJohnHeniy, FintinGl^amctrj, . 
Croke, Jokn 0*Bjme, . Second in Engliih Compoution, 
0*Donn«lI, Willinm, . Second in English Composition, 

J Shaw, John Grreig, • Second in English Composition, 
Lrnnin, Junes, , . Second in Qeometry, • • 
H'Gartie, CbarlM J. . Second in (Geometry, • • 

\ Perry, John, • . Second in Geometry, • • 

October, 1869. 

, First in English Composition, 
, Fint in English Composition, 
Fint in English Composition, 
Fint in Geometry, . 
Fint in Geometry, . 
Fint in Geometnr, . 
Second in English Composition, 
Second in English Composition, 



^Hynes, James J. A. 
Maxwell, WUliam H. 



Moore, Alexander K, 

Freyer, Peter J. . 

Garde, Christopher L. 
^Hunter, Joseph, . 
'Joyce, Patrick, . 

Moran, John, 



rJoyo 
Mors 
0*Donoghae,' James J. . Second in English Composition, 



dogston, Robert S. 
Coates, Charles V. 
M'Looghlin, James, 
LThom£ll, William £ 

'DaTil, Francis E. 
Milwani, Edwin O. . 
mison, D. 
IXckey, W. J. E. 
Gordon, John, 
RoMnson, William, . 
Dill, John, 
Taylor, G. 

Yerlin, William J. . 
Connolly, Wm. E. & 
Templeton, G. 
Wilson, John, 



fMoian, William, 
0*Brien, William, 
0*Connor, George, 
O'Kinealy, Peter, 
Larmor, Joseph, 
Stoop*, Wimam, 



Second in Geometry, 

. Second in Geometry, • 

. Second in Geometry, . 

. Second in Geometry, . , 

October^ 1870. 
Fint in English Composition, , 
Fint in English Composition, . 
First in English Composition, . 
Fint in Geometry, 
First in Geometry, . • 

Fint in Geometry, 
Second in English Composition, 
Second in English Composition, 
Second in English Composition, 
Second in Gteometry, 
Second in Geometry, 
Second in Geometry, • 

Prober, 1871. 
Fint in English Compoaition, 
First in English Composition, 
Fint in English Composition, 
Fint in Geometry, . 
Fint in Geometry, . 
First in Geometry, . 
Hannigan, Denis Fns. Second in English Composition, 
0*Brien, Michael, . Second in English Composition, 
Parkinson, G. Gaidner, Second in English Composition, 
Bing^bam, Jamca, . Second in Gemnetry, 
Bona, Patrick U. . Reoond in G^eometiy, • 

^WaUaaoyHvi^ . Soaond in Geometiy, • « 



CoUegCb 
.Cork. 

. Belfast. 

• Galway. 

• Cork. 

. Galway. 
. Belfast. 
. Galway. 
. Cork. 
. Belfast. 
. Galway. 
. Coric 
. Belfsit. 



, Cork. 

. Galway. 
. Belfast. 

Galway* 

Cork. 

Belfitft. 

Galway. 
, Belfast. 
. Cork. 

Belfast. 

Belfast. 

Galway.. 

Cork. 



. Cork. 

Galway.. 

Belfast. 

Belfast. 

Galway. 
. Cork. 

Galway. 
> Belfast. 

Cork. 

Galway. 

Cork. 

Belfast. 



. Belfast. 

> Cork. 

. Galway. 
. Galway. 
. Belfast. 

Cork. 

Cork. 

Galway. 
. Belfaat. 

Cork. 

> Bel&st 
Galway. 



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UNiyXRSITr HONOBS. 



Lewii, J. P. 
talker, F. G. L. 
Galvin, John B. . 
Johniton, W: J. . 
Shore, Rohert, • 
OoUini, M. . . 

Whitehead, Jph. Lonia, 
Wilson, S.L. . 
Allen, A. J. O. . 
KellT, WiUkm, . 
^MnlLuie, Jemniah, 



October^ 1672. (Mliga. 

Pint in Englidi Gompodtion, . • Belfut. 

Pint in Engliah Gompoiition* • . Galway. 

Pint in Kni^iah Gompodlion, • • Cork. 

Pizit in GeometTf, . • . Cork. 

Pint in Geometry, ... Belfiut. 

Pint in GeometrTt . . Galiray. 

Second in Engliu Compeiitioa, . Cork. 

Second in English Compoiition, . Bei£ut. 

Second in Engliah Compoiition, . Galwaj. 

Second in Geometiy, . • . B«lfiut. 

Second in Geometry, • • . Galway 

Second in Geometiy, • • Cork. 



"Hamill; Thol Kaeafee, 
M'Granaban, Willijun, 
Walsh, J. E., . . 
Campion, Richard Y., . 
Eoclea, John, 
M'Neill, James A. , 
M'Dermott, ComeUos, 
Hayes, John Shaw, 
M'Carthy,J. J., . 
Wallace. J. Alexander, 
Corry, Patrick, . 
Warren, Edi»ard A., . 



Weir, G. P. 
Irwin, C. H., 
Hendenon, T. 
CoIUer, T. B. 
Eaton, R. . 
Young, W. J. 
O'Connor, P. W. 
Franklin, P. D. 
Henij, A. 
Cnming, J. 
Kdly~M. 
Hendenon, T. 



Oetober^ 1873. 

First in English Composition, . Beliait 

First in English Composition, . Galway. 

First in English Composition, . Cork. 

First in Geometry, . . • Cork. 

Pint in Geometry, ) .^„^, (Belfast. 

Pint in Geometry, f ^^ i Belfast. 

Fint in Geometry, . . Galway. 

Second in Bnglisn Composition, . Galway. 

Second in English Composition, . Cork. 

Second in English Composition* . Belfiut. 

Second in Ghometry, . . Gralway. 

. Second in Gteometry, • . . Cork. 

October^ 1874. 

Pint in English Composition, • • BeliiMt. 

. Fint in English Composition, . . Cork. 

Pint in English Composition, . . Galway. 

First in Geometiy Belfast. 

First in Ghometiy, .... Cork. 

First in Geometiy, .... Galway. 

, Second in English Composition, • Bel&st. 

Second in English Composition, . Cork. 

Second in English Composition^ . GUway. 

, Second in G^metiy, • . Belfiut. 

, Second in Geometiy, . . Cork. 

. Second in Geometry, • . 'Galway. 



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[ 229 ] 

COLLEGES OF THE QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY. 



FOUNDATION AND CONSTITUTION. 

These Colleges were founded under the provisions of 
the Act 8 and 9 Victoria, cap. 66, intituled " An Act to 
enable Her Majesty to endow new Colleges for the Ad- 
ranoement of Learning in Ireland." Under the powers 
given by this Act, it was determined to found three Col- 
leges. Belfast, Cork, and Galwaj, were selected as their 
sites; and on the 30th of December, 184d, Letters Patent 
were issued incorporating them under the name and style 
of " The Pbbsidbnt, Yiob-Pbesident, and Pkovbssobs or 
<2Tr]iBN'8 College, Belfast, Cobk, and Galway " 



ANNO OOTAYO ET NOHO 

VICTORIA BEGINS. 

CAP. LZYI. 

A71 Act to enable Her Majesty to endow new Colleges Jor the 
Advancement of Learning m Ireland, 

[Sl8tJuly,l8i5. 

BttO^^ **Por the better Advancement of Learning 
coUegJf among all Classes of Her Majesty's Subjects in 
Ireland,** be it enacted by the Queen's most ex- 
cellent Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of 
the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons, in this 
present Parliament assembled, and by the authority of the 
same. That in case Her Majesty shall be pleased by Letters 
Patent, under the Great Seal of Ireland, to found one or 
more new Colleges for the advancement of learning in 
Ireland, the Conunissioners of Her Majesty's Treasury of 
the United Ein{(dom of Great Britain and Ireland for the 



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230 COJXEGES ACT, 

time being sliall be empowered, by Warrant under the 
hands of any three or more of them^ to charge the Con- 
solidated Fund of the said United Kingdom (after providing 
for all preceding charges, and in preference to all future! 
charges), and to direct to be issued or paid thereout, such 
sum of money as shall be needed by the trustees herein- 
after-mentioned for purchasing or providing lands, tene- 
ments, and hereditaments for the use of such College or 
Colleges, and for the necessary buildings, with the appur- 
tenances thereof, and for establishing and furnishing the 
same, not exceeding the sum of one hundred thousand 
pounds in the whole. 

PioTiBioM for ^* ^^^ ^ ^* enacted. That the Commis- 
purohMo or sioncrs of Public Works in Ireland for the time 
ingi.**^eSf being shall be Trustees for the purpose of pui^ 
&0- chasing or providing, as hereinailter mentioned, 

any buildings, lands, tenements, or hereditaments that may 
be necessary for the said Colleges and the sites thereof, 
and the premises to be occupied therewith, respectively, 
and for erecting thereon suitable buildings, and for repair- 
ing, enlarging, and improving the same from time to time, 
and for upholding and furnishing the same from time to 
time, for the use of the said Colleges, respectively. 

III. And be it enacted. That for the purposes of this 
Act the said Commissioners of Public Works in Ireland 
for the time being, and their successors, shall be a Corpo- 
ration by the name or style of "The Commissioners of 
Public Works in Ireland," and ty that name, for the pur- 
poses of this Act, shall have perpetual succession and a 
Common Seal, to be by them made, and from time to time 
altered, as they shall think fit, and shall and may sue and 
be sued, plead or be impleaded, in all Courts and before all 
Justices and others, and in that capacity shall be deemed 
promoters of the undertaking authorized to be executed by 
this Act. 

IV. And be it enacted. That in order to enable the said 
Commissioners of Public Works in Ireland to purchase 
and provide the buildings, lands, tenements, and heredita- 
ments which may be required for the said Colleges and the 
sites thereof, it shall be lawful for the said Commissioners, 
with the approval of the Commissioners of Her Majesty^s 
Treasury, to contract and agree with any person or per- 



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COLUBGB8 ACT. 231 

aows, or body or bodies corporate, for the purchase or 
renting of any baildings, lands, tenements, or heredita- 
ments, required for such Colleges or the sites thereof, and 
also for the purchase of any subsisting leases, terms, estates, 
or interests therein, or charges thereon j and the buildings, 
lands, tenements, or hereditament so contracted and agreed 
for shall be conveyed, assigned, or demised to or in truBt 
for Her li^jesty, Her heirs and successors, in such manner 
and form as the said Commissioners of Her Majesty's 
Treasury shall direct. 

v. And be it enacted, That the ''Lands Clauses Con- 
solidation Act, 1845,'* shall be incorporated with this Act^ 
except the clauses with respect to the purchase and taking 
of lands otherwise than by agreement : Provided alwaya 
that all things by the said Act required or authorized to be 
done by the promoters of the undertaking may be done by 
any two of the Commissioners of Public Works in Ireland, 
subject to the approval of the Commissioners of Hor Ma- 
jesty's Treasury in the cases provided by this Act 
PUu of YI. And be it enacted. That it shall be lawful 

5J^J^4*^ for the said Commissioners of Public Works, if 
to Twtmarj. they shall be so directed by the Commissionera 
of Her Majest/s Treasury, to employ the County Surveyor, 
or any other competent surveyor or architect, to make a 
survey and estimate of any of the said proposed works, 
and to prepare such plan, section, or specification thereof 
as may be necessary, and send the same to the Commis- 
sioners of Her Majesty's Treasury for their approval ; and 
if the said Commissioners of Her Majesty's Treasury shall 
think fit to authorize the work in any such plan, section, 
or specification, or any modification thereof which they 
may think proper to be undertaken, they shall, by warrant 
under their hands, direct the said Commissioners of Public 
Works to execute such work at and for an amount not 
exceeding a sum to be specified in such warrant: and 
the said Commissioners of Public Works shall, upon receipt 
of such warrant, forthwith cause the construction of the 
work mentioned therein to be proceeded with. 
AMovntato ^^ -^^^ ^ it enactfed, That the said Com- 
be uidiMfort missioners of Public Works shall cause detailed 
PftriUmeat. nQoounts in writing of their pvooeedinga under 



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this Acty of the several sums received by them as such 
Commissioners for the purposes of this Act, and of the sums 
■expended by them for such purposes, and the mode of such 
expenditure, and the several works made or in progress 
under this Act, to be made up to the 3l6t day of December 
in each year ; and such accounts shall be laid before both 
Houses of Parliament within six weeks thereafter, if Par- 
J lament be then sitting, or if not, then within six weeks 
after the first meeting of Parliament subsequent to the 31st 
day of December ; and the said Commissioners shall, as 
often as they shall be required so to do by the Commis- 
sioners of Her Majesty's Treasury, transmit to the said 
Commissioners of the Treasury like accounts made up to 
such period as the said Commissioners of the Treasury 
-shall direct ; and it shall be lawful for the said Commis- 
sioners of Her Majesty's Treasury to give such directions 
as they shall think proper, defining the duties of the said 
Commissioners of Public Works in the execution of this 
Act ; and the said Commissioners of Public Works shall 
observe all such directions as aforesaid which shall from 
time to time be signified to them by the said Commissioners 
of Her Majesty's Treasury. 

YIII. And be it enacted, That the several enactments 
contained in an Act passed in the second year of the reign 
of His late Majesty, intituled ''An Act for the Extension 
and Promotion of Public Works in Ireland,*' which afiect 
or relate to any action or suit to be commenced against the 
Commissioners for the execution of the last-recited Act, or 
their Secretary, or any person or persons, for any thing done 
by virtue of or in pursuance of the last-recited Act, or any 
proceedings in any such action or suit, or any limitation of 
time for the commencing thereof, or any costs thereof, or 
any evidence to be given therein, or any notice of action or 
suit or satisfaction or tender thereof, or any action or suit 
to be commenced by the said Commissioners, or any pro- 
ceedings therein, or the said Gonunissioners suing or being 
sued in the name of their Secretary, or any abatement or 
discontinuance of any such action or suit, or to the court 
in whioh^ or to the terms or conditions on which any such 
action or siut shall be brought against the said Commis- 
sioners, collectively or individually^ or their Seoretary, shall 



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COLLEGES ACT. 283 

be held to applj to and eictend to any action or suit to be 
oommenced against the Commissioners of Publio Works in 
Ireknd, or their Secretary, or any person or persons, for 
any thing done by yirtne of or in pursuance of this Aot^ or 
to any proceedings in any such action or suit, or to the 
limitation of time for the commencing thereof, or to any 
costs thereof, or to any notice of an^ such action or suit, 
or to any evidence to be given therein, or to any action or 
suit to be commenced by the said Commissioners of Public 
Works in the execution of this Act^ or on account of or in 
pursuance of this Act, or to any proceedings in any such 
action or suit^ or to the said Commissioners suing or being 
sued in the name of their Secretary for the time being, or 
to any abatement or discontinuance of any such action or 
suit, or to the court in which, or to the terms or conditions 
on which any such action or suit shall be brought against 
the said Commissioners of Public Works, collectively or 
individually, or against their Secretary. 
^^^^^^^^^ IX. And be it enacted, That it shall not be 
miieution of lawful for any College within the provisions of 
property. ^.jjjg j^^^ ^ alien, mortgage, charge, or demise 
auy lands, tenements, or hereditaments to which it may 
become entitled, unless with the approval of the Commis- 
sioners of Her Majesty's Treasury, except by way of lease, 
for any term not exceeding thirty-one years from the time 
when such lease shall be made, in and by which there shall 
be received and made payable, during the whole of the term 
thereby granted, the best yearly rent that can reasonably 
be gotten for the same, wiUiout any fine or foregift. 
Stetotes to be ^* Provided always, and be it enacted, That 
made by Her qo College shsll bc entitled to the benefit of this 
^^m^toT Act, or deemed to be within the provisions 
TWt©ri,^ro- thereof, unless it be declared and provided, 
^^"' ^ in and by the Letters Patent constituting such 
College, that the visitor or visitors of the said College 
shall be such person or persons as it shall please Her 
Majesty, Her heirs and successors, from time to time to 
appoint^ by any warrant or warrants under the Sign 
Manual, to execute the office of visitor ; and that all the 
statutes, rules, and ordinances concerning the Government 
and discipline of such Colleges shall be made or approved 



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by Her Majesty, Her heirs and sacoessoTs ; and that the 
President, Vice-President, and Professors shall hold their 
several offices daring the pleajsore of Her Majesty, Her 
heirs and successors ; and that the sole power of appoint- 
ing the President and Vice-President shall be vested in 
Her Majesty, Her heirs and successors, and that the power 
of appointing the Professors shall he rested in Her Ma- 
jesty, Her heirs and successors, until the end of the year 
one thousand eight hundred and forty-eight, and afterwards 
as shall be otherwise provided by Parliament, or in default 
of any provision to the contrary, in Her Majesty, Her 
heirs and successors. 

StotDtes to be ^^' '^"^ ^® ^^ enacted, That all the statutes, 
^id^ora rules, and ordinances which shall be made or 
*' *"*' approved from time to time by Her Majesty, 
Her heirs and successors, concerning the government and 
discipline of the said Colleges, respectively, which shall be 
in force at the beginning of every Session of Parliament, 
and which shall not have been before that time laid before 
Parliament, shall from time to time, within six weeks after 
the beginning of every such session, be laid before both 
Houses of Parliament by one of Her Majesty's Principal 
Secretaries of State. 

Endowment ^^^* ^^^ ^ ^^ cuacted, That the said Com- 
of CoUoget. missioners of Her Majesty's Treasury shall be 
empowered, by warrant under the hands of any three or more 
of them, to charge the said Consolidated Fund of the said 
United Kingdom (after providing for all preceding charges, 
but having preference for all future charges), and to direct 
to be issued or paid thereout by four equal quarterly pay- 
ments, on the fifth day of January, the fifth day of April, 
the fifth day of Julv, and the tenth day of October in every 
year, such sums of money as shall be needed for defray- 
ing the several stipends which shall be by Her Majesty 
appointed to be paid to the President and Vice-President 
and to such Professors in the several Faculties of Arts, 
Law, and Physic as shall be from time to time established 
by Her Majesty, Her heirs and successors, aod to the 
Bursar, Registrar, Librarian, and other Office-bearers and 
Servants in each of the said Colleges, and for defraying the 
expense of such prizes and exhibitions as shall be by Her 



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COLLEGES ACT. 235 

Majesty, Her heirs and successors, awarded for the encoar- 
agexnentand reward of students in each of the said Colleges, 
not exceeding in any one year the sum of seven thousand 
pounds for every such College, or the sum of twenty-one 
thousand pounds in the whole, the first instalment for each 
College to become due and payable on such of the said 
Quarterly days of payment as shall first happen next after 
the grant of the Letters Patent for the establishment oi 
such College. 

FeMmftyiM XIII. And be it declared and enacted. That 
uken. it shall be lawful for the Professors in each of 

the said Colleges, in addition to the stipends with which 
they shall be so respectively endowed, to demand and 
receive from the students in the said Colleges such reason- 
able fees for attendance on their lectures, and for the Bursar 
of the College to collect from the said students, on behalf 
of the said College, such reasonable fees for matriculation 
and other collegiate proceedings as shall be from time to 
time provided by the statutes, rules, and ordinances so to 
be made or approved by Her Majesty, Her heirs and suc- 
cessors, as aforesaid. 

Lecture- XIV. "And for the better enabling every 

roonu, vHhfai studout in the said Colleges to receive religious 
S*hi^ii-*** instruction according to the creed which ho 
i«ge, to bo professes to hold," be it enacted. That it shall 
^i^M uT- ^© lawful for the President and Professors, or 
structkn. other govoming body of each of the said Colleges 
which shall be constituted in and by the said Letters Paten t, 
to assign lecture-rooms within the precincts of such College^ 
wholly or in part, for the use of such religious teachers as 
shall be recognised by such governing body, subject in each 
case to the approval of Her Majesty, Her heirs and succes-^ 
sors, and also subject to the like approval, to make rules 
concerning the days and times when such religious instruc- 
tion shall be given therein, and for securing that the same 
shal] not interfere with the general discipline of the Col- 
lege : Provided always, that no student shall be compelled 
by any rule of the College to attend any theological lecture 
or religious instruction other than is approved by hia 
parents or ffuardians, and that no religious test shall b& 
administered to any person in order to entitle him to be 
admitted a student of any such College, or to hold any 



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236 COLLBOB8 ACT. 

office therein, or to partake of any advantage or privilege 
thereof ; but this proyiso shall not be deemed to prevent 
the making of regolations for securing the due attendance 
of the students for divine worship at such Church or Chapel 
as shall be approved by their parents or guardians, respec- 
tively. 

Where ita- ^^- " ^^^ ^^^ *^® better government of the 
dents ehaii students in the said Colleges,'* be it enacted, 
dweiL Thsi no student shall be allowed to continue in 

•any of the said Colleges unless he shall dwell with his parent 
•or guardian, or with some near relation or friend selected by 
his parent or guardian, and approved by the President of 
the College, or with a tutor or master of a boarding-house 
licensed by the President of the College as hereinafter pro- 
vided, or in a hall founded and endowed for the reception 
of students and recognised by the College as hereinafter 
provided. 

Lieonoeof XVI. And be it enacted. That every person 

S£d"g- who is desirous of being licensed as a tutor or 
hoosec master of a boarding-house in any of the said 

Colleges shall apply in writing under his hand to the Pre- 
isident of the College for his licence ; and it shall be lawful 
for the President, if he shall think fit, to require of any 
fiuch applicant such testimonials of character and fitness 
for the office as shall be satisfactory to him ; and the appli- 
calion shall specify the house or houses belonging to or 
occupied by the applicant, and intended by him for the 
reception of students, and the number of students who may 
be conveniently lodged and boarded therein, and also the 
provision or regulation proposed to be made for securing 
to the said students the means of due attendance upon such 
Teligious instruction and divine worship as may be approved 
by his parents and guardians and recognised by the govern- 
ing body of the College, and thereupon it shall be lawful 
for the President, in his discretion, to grant or withhold the 
Ucenoe for the academical year then current or then next 
ensuing ; and every such licence shall be registered in the 
archives of the College, and shall endure until the end of the 
academical year in which it shall be registered, and shall 
then be of no force unless renewed in like manner, but 
i»hall be revocable at any time, and may be forthwith 
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misbehaviour of such tutor or master of a boarding- house, 
or of the students under his care, which, in the opinion of 
the President and a majority of the Professors of the 
College, ought to be punished by immediate revocation of 
such licence. 

Haiib for XVII. And be it enacted, That it shall be 

rtadcBtamfty lawful for any person whomsoever, having 
b^ p^^oe^ power to make an absolute disposition thereof, 
bene&etioDs. ^0 give, grant, devise, bequeath, or assure, by 
any deed, will, or other instrument sufficient in law to 
create or convey au estate therein, any messuages, lauds, 
tenements, hereditaments, or any estate therein, or any 
interest arising thereout, or any money, chattels, and effects, 
to any trustee or trustees willing to accept the trust, or to 
the Commissioners of Charitable Donations and Bequests 
in Ireland and their successors, in trust, for founding and 
endowing halls for the reception of students in any of the 
said CoUeges, and by such deed, will, or instrument, to 
establish rules or to specify the authority for establishing 
rules to be observed by the students admitted to the bene- 
fits of such foundation, and to specify the authority by 
which the observance of such rules is to be enforced : Pro- 
vided always, that no such hall shall be recognised by any 
of the said Colleges unless the instrument of foundation 
shall provide that such rules, and also the appointment 
from time to time of the principal or other person holding 
chief authority in such hall, shall be of no force until 
allowed by the person or persons appointed or to be appointed 
as aforesaid by Her Majesty, Her heirs and successors, to 
execute the office of visitor of the said College. 
Loans nuy bo XYUI. " Audfor the eucouragementof pcrsous 
fowidi^' willing to found and endow halls for the reception 
Halls. of students in the said Colleges as aforesaid," be 

it declared and enacted. That if Her Majesty, Her heirs 
and successors, shall be pleased by Letters Patent under the 
Great Seal of Ireland, to incorporate any number of persons 
willing to found and endow any such hall or halls as afore- 
said, such incorporated hall shidl be deemed a public work, 
for the promotion of which the Commissioners of Public 
Works in Ireland may make loans within the meaning of 
an Act passed in the second year of the reign of His kte 
Majesty, intituled " An Act for the Extension and Promo- 



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288 COIXBOE8 ACT. 

tion of Public Works in Ireknd,** and of all Acts passed or 
to be passed for the amendment thereof ; and that it shall 
he lawful for the Commissioners of Public Works in Ireland 
to make loaus to such incorporated bodies, respectively, for 
the extension and promotion of such foundations accordiug 
to the provisions of the last-recited Acts. 
Tbeoiogiesi XIX. And bo it enacted. That it shall be 
«hain may bo lawful for any persou whomsoever, having 
priTatebrae- powcr to make an absolute disposition thereof, to 
ftotioiu. give, grant, devise, bequeath, or assure, by any 
deed, will, or other instrument sufficient in law to create 
or convey an estate therein, any messuages, lands, tene- 
ments, and hereditaments, or any estate therein, or interest 
arising thereout, or any money, chattels, and effects, to any 
trustee or trustees willing to accept the trust, or to the 
Oommissioners of Charitable Donations and Bequests in 
Ireland, and their successors, in trust for establishing and 
maintaining lectures or other forms of religious instruction 
for the use of such students of the said Colleges, respec- 
tively, as shall be desirous of receiving the same, subject 
to such regulations consistent with the intentions of the 
donor thereof, as shall be made by the governing body of 
the College, and approved by Her Majesty, Her heirs and 
successors ; Provided always, that no such gift shall take 
effect until it shall have been accepted by the goyeming 
body of the College, and until Her Majesty, Her heirs and 
f^uccessors, shall have signified her or their approval of the 
regulations according to which such gift is to be applied. 
CoUeRcato XX. And bo it enacted, That every such 

SiJ^to H«' College which shall be established and endowed 
Majertj. under this Act shall once at least in every year, 
and also whenever Her Msuesty's pleasure shall be signified 
in that behalf, report to Her Majesty their proceedings ; 
and a copy of every such report shall be laid before both 
Houses of Parliament within six weeks after the same 
«hall have been made, if Parliament be then sitting, or if 
not, then within six weeks next after the next meeting of 
Parliament. 

XXI. And be it enacted, That this Act may be amended 
or repealed by any Act to be passed in this Session of Par* 
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PATENT 

QBANTINO OHABTEB 70B THB C0LLB0B8 OF BELFAST/ COBK, 
AND QALWAT. 

Victoria, by the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom 
of Great Britain and Ireland, Queen, Defender of the 
Faith, and soforth, to all unto whom these presents 
shall come, greeting. Whereas, by Letters Patent under 
the Great Seal of Ireland, bearing date at Dublin, the 
thurtieth day of December, in the ninth year of our reign, 
and made imder the provisions of an Act passed in a 
Session of Parliament holden in the eighth and ninth 
year of our reign, entitled, *' An Act to enable Her 
Majesty to endow new Colleges for the Advancement of 
Learning in Ireland," We willed, ordained, constituted, 
declared, and appointed, that in or near 
in the province of Ulster , there should and 

might be erected and established one perpetual College 
for Students in Arts, Law, Physic, and other useful 
learning, to be called by the name of ** Queen's College, 
," and should consist of one President, one Vice- 
President, and such number of Professors in Arts, Law, 
and Physic, not exceeding twelve in number, as should 
be appointed under and by virtue of the said recited Act: 

And whereas, by Letters Patent under the Great Seal 
of Ireland, bearing date the eleventh day of December, 
in the thirteenth year of our reign, We did increase the 
number of Professors in said Queen's College, , 

and constitute Rules, Statutes, and Ordinances for the 
government of the same. 

Now, know ye, that We have revoked and determined, 
and do by these presents revoke and determine the said 
recited Letters Patent, and every clause, article, and thing 
therein contained respectively : 

And deeming it to be the duty of our Royal Office to 
afford to all cksses and denominations of our faithful 
subjects, without any distinction ot religious creed what- 
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240 PATENT OF INCORPORATION. 

course of education under the provisions of the said 
recited Act : 

Enow ye therefore, that We, of our special grace, certain 
knowledge, and mere motion, by and with the advice and 
consent of our right trusty and right well beloved cousin 
and councillor, George William Frederick, Earl of Carlisle, 
K.G., our Lieutenant-General and General Governor of 
that part of our said United Kingdom of Great Britain 
and Ireland, called Ireland, and according to the tenor of 
our Letter, under our Privy Signet and Royal Sign Ma- 
nual, bearing date at our Court of St. James, the tenth 
day of August, one thousand eight hundred and sixty- 
three, in the twenty-seventh year of our reign, and now 
enrolled in the rolls of our High Court of Chancery in 
that part of our said United Kingdom called Ireland, 
have willed, ordained, constituted, declared, and ap- 
pointed, and by these presents, for Us, our heirs and 
successors. We do will, ordain, constitute, declare, and 
appoint that in or near , in the pro- 

vince of , in Ireland, there shall and may b© 

established one perpetual College for Students in all 
such courses of education and bi^anches of knowledge 
as may be pursued in the Colleges of any University in 
our United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, 
which College shall be called by the name of ** Queen's 
College, ;" and shaU consist of one President, and 

such number of Professors, not at any one time exceeding 
thirty in number, as have been or shall be appointed 
under and by virtue of the provisions of the Act herein- 
before in part recited, Professors of Queen's College, 
, created by our said Letters Patent of the thirtieth 
day of December, in the ninth year of our reign, or of 
the College created by this our Charter, 

And We do, by these presents, for Us, our heirs and 
successors, will, declare, and establish that the Presi- 
dent and Professors of the said College, and their suc- 
cessors for ever, shall be one distinct and separate body 
politic and corporate, by the name and style of the Presi- 
dent and Professors of Queen's College, , and that 
by the same name they shall have perpetual succession 
and a common seal, and that they and their successors 



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shall, from time to time, have full power to break, alter, 
make new, and change such common seal, at their will 
and pleasure, and as shall be found expedient ; and that 
by the same name, the said President and Professors, 
and their successors, from time to time, and at all times 
hereafter, shall be a body politic and corporate, in deed 
and in law, and be able and capable to have, take, receive, 
hold, possess, enjoy, and retain. And We do hereby, for 
Us, our heirs and successors, give and grant full autho- 
rity and free licence to them and their successors, by the 
name aforesaid, notwithstanding any Statute or Statutes 
of Mortmain, to have, take, receive, hold, possess, enjoy, 
and retain, to them and their successors, not only all 
such lands, buildings, hereditaments, and possessions as 
may be from time to time used and occupied for the im- 
mediate purposes of the said College, but also any other 
messuages, lands, tenements, rents, and hereditaments 
of what kind, nature, or quality soever, so as tljat such 
messuages, lands, tenements, rents, and hereditaments 
do not exceed in yearly value the sum of ten thousand 
pounds, above all charges, such annual value to be cal- 
culated and*ascertained at the period of taking, purchas- 
ing, or acquiring the same ; and moreover, to take, pur- 
chase, acquire, have, hold, enjoy, receive, possess, and 
retain, notwithstanding any such Statute or Statutes to 
the contrary, all or any goods, chattels, personal property, 
charitable and other contributions, gifts, and benefactions 
whatsoever ; and to grant, demise, alien, or otherwise 
dispose of the property, real or personal, belonging to 
the said College, provided that no such grant, demise, 
alienation, or other disposition shall be made contrary to 
the provisions of the said Act of Parliament; and to do 
all other matters incidental or appertaining to a body 
politic and corporate, in as large, ample, and beneficial 
a manner as any other corporate body or any other our 
liege subjects are capable in law of doing. 

And We do hereby for Ourselves, our heirs and suc- 
cessors, will, order, and direct that the President and 
Professors of the said College, and their successors, and 
also the Students admitted to the said College, and the 
Office-bearers and Servants thereof, shall be regulated 

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242 PATENT OF INCORPORATIOK. 

and governed according to the Statutes of the said 
College, which Statutes herein are or hereafter shall be 
framed, made, and approved of by Us, our heirs, and 
successors, and shall and may, all, every, and any of 
them, be revoked, repealed, changed, augmented, altered, 
or made new, by writing under our or their Sign Manual, 
as to Us, our heirs and successors, from time to time 
shall seem meet and expedient; and all and singular 
which Statutes so to be framed, made, and approved of 
as aforesaid, We do, for Us, our heirs and successors, 
charge, and command to be strictly and inviolably ob- 
served, kept, and performed, from time to time, so long 
as they shall respectively remain in full vigour and effect, 
under the penalties to be thereby or therein inflicted or 
contained. 

And in order the better to carry our will and intention 
into execution in this behalf. We have constituted, and 
by these presents, for Us, our heirS and successors, do 
constitute tlie several persons heretofore nominated to 
the several oflBices of Visitor, President^ Vice-President, 
Professor, Eegistrar, Bursar, and Librarian in Queen*s 
College, , created by our said Letters Patent of 

the thirtieth day of December, in the ninth year of our 
reign, the President, Vice-President, Professor, Regis- 
trar, Bursar, and Librarian, in the College created by 
this our Charter. 

And We do hereby further vnll, declare, and direct 
that the lands, buildings, goods, chattels, and property 
of the College created by our said Letters Patent of the 
thirtieth day of December, in the ninth year of our 
reign, shall be and become the property of the College 
created by this our Charter; and that the College created 
by this our Charter shall pay and discbarge all the debts 
and liabilities of the College created by our said Letters 
Patent of the thirtieth day of December^ in the nintk 
year of our reign; and that all persons who have studied 
in the last-mentioned College, or obtained any standing 
or other privilege therein, shall be entitled to all advan- 
tages to which they would have been entitled if their 
studies had been pursued, or privileges acquired in the 
College created by this our Charter. 



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And We farther will and ordain that all by-laws and 
regulations made by the Council of the said College 
created by our Letters Patent of the thirtieth day of 
December, in the ninth year of our reign, and in force 
at or immediately before the granting of this our Charter, 
shall, until they shall be altered or repealed, remain in 
force as by-laws and regulations of the College created 
by this our Charter, and which last-mentioned College 
is hereinafter referred to as the College. 

And We do hereby will, declare, and direct, that the 
future Presidents of the College shall be such persons 
as We, our heirs or successors, shall select and appoint, 
by writing under our or their Sign Manual. And that 
if We should hereafter deem it expedient to appoint 
future Vice-Presidents, that they also shall be appointed 
by writing under the Sign Manual of Us, our heirs or 
successors, from among the Professors for the time 
being. And the future Professors of the College, unless 
it shall be otherwise provided by Parliament^ shall 
likewise be appointed by writing under the Sign Manual 
of Us, our heirs and successors. 

And We do hereby further will, declare, and direct 
that the persons who hereby are, and such persons as 
shall hereafter be, appointed to the said respective offices 
of President, Vice-President, and Professors of said 
College, shall hold and be continued in their offices 
respectively during the pleasure of Us, our heirs and 
successors. 

And We do hereby further will, direct, and appoint 
that the persons who hereby are, and all person or per- 
sons who shall from time to time be nominated and 
appointed to be President, Vice-President, or Professors 
of the College, shall, before he, they, or any of them 
shall be admitted to the exercise or execution of any of 
the said offices, respectively make and subscribe before 
one of our Justices of the Peace /or the County of 
, or before the Chairman of the County of 
, a solemn declaration for the true and faithful 
execution of such office, and for the faithful discharge of 
the duties t^iereof. 

And Wb do hereby further will, declare, and direct^ 

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that all visitorial power and authority of the said College 
shall be exercised by such person or persons as Ws 
hereby appoint, or as We, our heirs or successors, shall 
from time to time appoint by warrant or warrants, tmder 
our or their Sign Manual, to execute the office of Visitov 
or Visitors. 

And We do further will, ordain, and direct, that the 
following Statutes, Rules, and Ordinances, which have 
been made by us shall be the Statutes for the government 
and discipline of the College. 



STATUTES. 



Chapter I. 
Of the Body Politic and Corporate. 

The body politic and corporate shall consist of the 
President and the Professors. 

We will and ordain that the , 

heretofore President of the Queen's College, , 

created by our Charter of the thirtieth day of December, 
in the ninth year of our reign, be the first President of 
the College. 

We further will and ordain that the following persons 
heretofore Professors of the said College, created by our 
Charter of the thirtieth day of December, in the ninth 
year of our reign, be the first Professors of the College, 
that is to say — 

[Here follow the names of the ProfeasOTB.] 

And We further will and ordain that 
be Eegistrar, , Librarian, and 

, Bursar ; and that the said several 
persons above named, and such other person or persons 
as shall hereafter be appointed to the respective offices 
of President, Professor, Eegistrar, Bursar, and Librarian 
of the College, shall hold and be continued in their 
respective offices during the pleasure of Us, our heirs 
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Chapter II. 
Of th$ Powers or the Gorpcraie Body, 

The Corporate Body of the College shall consist as 
aforesaid of the President and the Professors. 

The presence of not less than ten members shall be 
necessary to constitute a meeting for the transaction of 
business. 

The President or, in his absence, his Deputy, shall 
eX'Officio be Chairman. In the absence of both the Presi- 
dent and his Deputy from any meeting, the members 
present shall elect one from among their number to act 
as Chairman. 

The Corporate Body shall annually meet and elect 
two from among the Professors to be members of the 
College Coimcil for the three ensuing years. Out-going 
members of Council may be re-elected. 

In the year 1 863, the Corporate Body shall elect four 
other Professors to be members of the Council ; two of 
them for the ensuing year, and the remaining two for 
the two ensuing years. 

In case any member of the College Council shall from 
illness or other cause be prevented from performing his 
duties, the President shall have power to declare the 
office vacant, and the Corporate Body shall thereupon 
proceed to the election of another Professor to supply 
the vacancy for the unexpired time of office. 

The Corporate Body shall so select the Professors 
whom they shall elect members of Council that the 
Council may constantly include one at least of the 
following Professors, that is to say — ^the Professor of 
Anatomy and Physiology, the Professor of Medicine, the 
Professor of Surgery, &e Professor of Materia Medica, 
and the Professor of Midwifery. 

The President shall vote in the election of members 
of Council only in the event of an equality of votes. In 
the absence of the President, the Deputy of the President, 
or other Professor acting as Chairman, shall, in all 
cases, have a vote, but shall not have a second or casting 
vote. 



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Chapter IIL 
Of the ConitUution and Powers of the College CouneiL 

The general goyennnent and administration of the 
College shall he vested in a Council, consisting of the 
President, and six Professors elected in the manner 
aforesaid. 

The presence of not less than five memhers of the 
College Council shall he necessary to constitute a meet- 
ing for the transaction of business. 

The President, or, in his absence, his Deputy, shall 
ex'offido be Chairman of the Council. In the absence of 
both the President and his Deputy from any meeting of 
Council, the members present shall elect one from among 
their number to act as Chairman. 

The President shall in all cases have a vote, and in 
case of an equality of votes, shall have a second or cast- 
ing vote. In the absence of the President from any 
Meeting of Council, the Deputy of the President, or 
other Professor acting as Chairman, shall in all cases 
have a vote, but shall not have a second or casting vote. 

The Council shall have power to regulate the course 
of proceedings at meetings of Council, and to make 
arrangements as to the times of its ordinary meetings. 

The Council shall have power to make regulations for 
the government of the College, in cases not provided for 
by the Statutes. 

The Council shall have power to prescribe the courses 
of instruction to be pursued in the College, and to pre- 
scribe the Entrance, Scholarship, and o^er Collegiate 
Examinations. 

The Council shall have power to make regulations for 
the maintenance of discipline and good conduct among 
the Students, both without and within the College pre- 
cincts, in cases not provided for by the Statutes, and of 
affixing penalties and punishments to the violation of 
the same. 

The Council shall have power to appoint Committees 
of Professors for any Collegiate purpose, and to prescribe 
their duties and define their powers. 

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Hon or assistance of any Professor, Scholar, or Office- 
bearer of the College in such reasonable ways as it may 
prescribe, for the better maintenance of discipline and 
good conduct among the Students, or for the general 
business of the College. 

The Council shall exercise a general supervision and 
control over the income and expenditure of the College. 

No resolution of the Council shall come into operation 
until it shall have received the signature of the Presi- 
dent, or, in his absence, of his Deputy, acting by his 
author!^. 

Chapter IV. 

Of the FowerB and Duties of the Preddent and Vice^ 
President. 

The President shall, in virtue of his office, preside 
over all Collegiate Meetings at which he may be pre- 
sent. 

He shall have power to regulate and prescribe the 
order to be observed at the opening and close of the 
Collegiate Session, at the conferring of Honors, and 
generally at all public proceedings of the College. 

He shall prepare the report of the proceedings of the 
College and forward it to the Lord Lieutenant, to be 
laid before Parliament, agreeably to the provisions of 
8th and 0th Victoria, chapter 66, section 20. 

The correspondence of the College shall be conducted 
under his direction, whether founded on a resolution of 
Council or otherwise. 

He shall sign or authorize the signature of all Certifi- 
cates of Prizes, and other official documents, and shall 
authenticate the affixing of the College Seal to such 
documents as may require it. 

He shall prescribe the times and hours of attendance 
of the Eegistrar and Bursar in their respective offices. 

He shall have the power of appointing the minor Officers 
and Servants of the College, and shall regulate their 
duties and control their conduct. 

Heshallhave the sole powerof granting leaveof absence 
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He shall have power, at all times, to visit any Hall, 
Lecture-room, Office, or public apartment of the College. 
He shall advise and remonstrate with any Professor 
of the College, whenever it shall come to his knowledge 
that such Professor has been negligent of his duties, or 
has shown a want of zeal in using the most efficacious 
means of imparting instruction to his class, and of pro- 
moting education in the College. 

He shall advise and remonstrate with any Office-bearer 
of the College, whenever it shall come to his knowledge 
that such Office-bearer has been negligent of his duties. 
Should any Professor or Office-bearer of the College, 
prove inattentive to the advice or remonstrance of Uie 
President, the President shall, after giving such Professor 
or Office-bearer notice of his intention, and furnishing 
him with a copy of the official statement he proposes to 
make of the case, call the attention of the Government 
to the conduct of such Professor or Office-bearer. 

He shall exercise a constant supervision over all 
departments of the College, and shall direct his particular 
attention to the maintenance of order and discipline in 
the same. 

He shall appoint Auditors of the Bursar's accounts, 
who shall report to the Council on the financial state 
of the College ; and he shall sign, at the meetings of 
Council, all orders for the payment of money on account 
of the College. 

He shall have power to license Boarding-houses for 
Students, and to exercise a full supervision of the same, 
for the purpose of ascertaining whether the regulations 
made by him for their order and discipline shall have 
been complied with. 

He shall make arrangements for the holding of visita- 
tions, as directed by the Statutes, and shall have power 
to call extraordinary Meetings of the Visitors. 

He shall have power to summon extraordinary meet 
ings of the Corporate Body, of the Council, and of any 
Collegiate Committee. 

He shall have power to dissolve any Collegiate Com- 
jQittee. 

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appoint a Deputy from among the Professors, who shall 
exercise his powers and discharge his daties for the time 
being; provided that no one but the President shall 
exercise a casting vote at meetings of Council, or autho- 
rize the signature of resolutions of Council. 



Of the Powers and Duties of the Viee-PresiderU. 

We will and ordain that 
shall be Vice-President of the College, and that until 
the office of Vice-President shall determine, he shall be 
ex-officio the Deputy of the President during his absence 
or illness, and shall, in the absence of the President, have 
a second or casting vote in the Council, notwithstanding 
anything to the contrary in these presents ; and that the 
following shall be his powers and duties as Vice-Presi- 
dent ; that is to say : 

He shall hold a position next in rank to the President 
in the government of the College, and at all collegiate 
meetings. 

He shall be a member of the Council, in addition to 
the President and those members of Council whose 
election has been hereinbefore directed, and shall attend 
the meetings of the College Council and the public 
meetings of the College. 

He shall have power to visit, at any time, any hall, 
lecture-room, office, or other public apartment of the 
College. 

He shall exercise a constant supervision over all de- 
partments of the College, and shall direct his particular 
attention to the maintenance of order and discipline in 
the same. 

He shall, in respect to the professorship which he 
holds, conform to the provisions of the Statutes which 
regulate the powers and duties of the Professors. 

Chaptbb V. 
Of the Powen and DtUies of the Profesiors, 
Every Professor shall attend the meetings of the Cor- 
porate Body of the College; and, if appointed a member 
of the Council, shall attend the meetings of Council, and 
perform the other duties pertaining to that office. 

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STATUTES, BUL£8, 



He shall, if appointed Deputy to the President, 
discharge the duties of the President during his ahsence, 
or until a successor shall have been appointed by the 
President. 

He shall serve upon all Committees to which he mny 
be appoimted by the Council, shall discharge the duties 
of a College Tutor, if required to do so by the CoimciU 
and shall assist and co-operate with the Council in such 
other reasonable ways as the Coimcil may prescribe, for 
the maintenance of discipline and good conduct in the 
Students, or for the general business of the College. 

He shall hold, or assist at, all College Examinations 
according to the appointment of the Council. 

Each of the Professors enumerated in the subjoined 
table shall also hold, or assist at, all University Exami- 
nations of Matriculated Students, according to the ap- 
pointment of the Senate of the Queen's University in 
Ireland ; provided that he shall not be required to dis- 
charge these duties, unless he receive from the Univer- 
sity, for each year that he is called upon by the Senate 
of the University to act as Examiner, the sum placed 
opposite his title in the table, viz. : — 



In BelfMt 


In Cork. 


In Oalway. 




Professora of— £ 


Professors of— £ 


Professors of— 


£ 


Gieek, . . 18 


Greek, . . 18 


Greek, . 


20 


Latin, . . 18 


Latin, . . 18 


Latin, . 


20 


Mathematics, . 18 


Mathematics, . 18 


Mathematics, . 


20 


Natural Philo- 


Natural PhUo- 


Natural Philo- 




sophy, . 18 


sophy, . 18 


sophy, . 


20 


History&Engliflh 


History & English 


History, English 




Literature, . 18 


Literature, . 18 


Literature, and 




LogicandMeta- 


Mental and Social 


Mental Science, 


20 


physics . 18 


Science, . 18 


Chemistry, 


20 


Chemistry, . 18 


Chemistry, . 18 
Natural History, 18 


Natural History, 


20 


Natural History, 18 


Mod. Languages, 


20 


Mod. Languages, 18 


Mod. Languages, 18 


Anatomy & Phy- 




Anatomy & Phy- 


Anatomy & Phy- 


siology, 


20 


siology, . 18 


siology, . 18 


Civil Engineering, 20 


CivilEngineering, 20 


CiY]l£ngineering,20 







Provided further that no Professor shall be required to 
repair to Dublin to hold University Examinations, unless 
his personal expenses are defrayed by the University. 
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such hours and for such periods as may be appointed hy 
the College Council, and shall observe punctuality and 
diligence in discharging these duties, and shall maintain 
strict order and discipline in his class. 

No Professor shall deliver any special lectures, or 
courses of instruction, except under the sanction of the 
College Council. 

Any Professor may, under the sanction of the President, 
receive into bis house, for residence, a limited number 
of the Students of the College. 

Each Professor shall arrange and prepare catalogues 
of all College property intrusted to his charge, and shall 
carefully attend to the jpreservation of the same. 

He shall annually revise the catalogues of the collec- 
tions intrusted to his charge, and report to the Council 
on the condition of the collections, and on any additions 
they may have received, or any losses they may hav^ 
sustained, since the last previous report. 

If any Professor shall, in any Lecture or Examination, 
or in the discharge of any other {>art of his collegiate 
duty, teach or advance any doctrine, or make any state- 
ment derogatory to the truths of revealed religion, or 
injurious or disrespectful to the religious convictions of 
any portion of his class or audience, or shall introduce or 
discuss any subject of controversy, political or religious, 
tending to produce contention or excitement, such Pro- 
fessor shall be summoned before the Council, and upon 
sufficient evidence of his having so transgressed, shall 
be formally warned and reprimaoded by the President ; 
and if any such Professor be guilty of a repetition of said 
or similar offence, the President shall fordiwith suspend 
him from his functions, and take steps officiaUy to recom- 
mend to the Crown his removal from office, as having 
transgressed the Statutes of the College, and violated his 
obligations to its authorities. 

Every Professor shall, upon entering into office, sign 
the following declaration: — '* I, A. B., do hereby promise 
to the President and Council of Queen's College, , 

that I will faithfully, and to the best of my ability, dis- 
charge the duties of Professor of in said College ; 
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• examining, and in the performance of all other duties 
connected with my chair, I will carefully ahstain from 
teaching or advancing any doctrine, or making any 
statement derogatory to the truths of revealed religion, 
or injurious or disrespectful to the religious convictions 
of any portion of my class or audience. And I moreover 
promise to the President and Council that I will not 
introduce or discuss in my place or capacity of Professor, 
any subject of controversy, political or religious, tending 
to produce contention or excitement ; nor will I engage 
in any avocation which the Council shall judge incon- 
sistent with my office ; but will, as far as in me lies, 
promote on all occasions the interests of education and 
the welfare of the College.'* 

Provided always, that if any Professor heretofore ap- 
pointed by us prefer that his duties be those imposed 
i)y our former Letters Patent of the eleventh day of 
December, in the thirteenth year of our reign, he shall 
be ruled by the Statutes therein contained, so far as his 
duties are concerned, and be exempted from any addi- 
tional duties imposed by, or in virtue of, these presents, 
provided that he announce his desire in writing to the 
President within one calendar month from the date of 
these presents; and in this case, any increase which 
would have accrued to his stipend under the provisions 
of these our Letters, over and above the stipend allotted 
to him in our said former Letters Patent, shall be ap- 
plied to augment the sum hereinafter allocated to the 
payment of College Scholarships and other prizes. 



Chapter VT. 
Of the Dviiu of the Regigtrcvr^ 
The Registrar shall attend in his office at such times 
as the President shall prescribe, and shall be in readiness 
at all times to attend the meetings of the Council 

He shall take a general charge of the College build- 
ings and property, and especially during the vacation ; 
and for this purpose shall reside within the College 
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sident, or unless he be reqaired to attend in Dublin, as 
University Examiner, by the Senate of the Queen's 
University in Ireland ; and he shall make such arrange- 
ments for the security of the College buildings and pro- 
perty during his absence as shall be satisfactory to the 
President : provided that his residence within the College 
precincts shall not be required until the office of Vice- 
President shall have determined. 

He shall keep a list of the names and residences of the 
Students, arranged according to their respective classes, 
and shall furnish to each Dean of Residences the list of 
those Students who are committed to his charge. 

He shall prepare and issue under the direction of the 
President summonses for the meetings of Council, and 
all other summonses and notices for Collegiate purposes. 

He shall preserve the Rolls of Attendance of the Pro- 
fessors and Students at lecture. 

He shall prepare under the direction of the Council 
programmes of all examinations. 

He shall prepare under the direction of the Council 
all orders for the disbursement of money. 

After each Entrance Examination he shall forward to 
the Senate of the Queen's University in Ireland a list of 
the candidates who shall have passed the Entrance Exa- 
mination, and entered on the study of the course pre- 
scribed for a degree or other University distinction, in 
order that they may be matriculated in the University. 
And all Students whose names shall have been thus 
returned to the Senate for matriculation, shall enjoy the 
privileges and discharge the duties of Matriculated 
Students within the College. 

He shall also prepare and forward under the direction 
of the President, all other documents relating to the 
Queen's University in Ireland which the Chancellor or 
Senate may require, and shall preserve copies of the same. 

He shall carry on the correspondence of the College 
under the direction of the President. 

He shall keep a record of all College transactions. 

He shall, when required by the President or Council, 
prepare the official documents of the College, and shall 
preserve copies of the same. 



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He shall prepare and make copies of all other College 
documents which the President or Council may require. 

He shall keep a list of the licensed Boarding-houses^ 
and of the Students resident therein. 

He shall inspect and report on the condition of the 
licensed Boarding-houses, when required to do so hy the 
President 

He^ shall carry out the instructions of the Council in 
such other reasonahle ways as the Council shall pre- 
scrihe for the maintenance of discipline and good con- 
duct in the Students, and for the general business of the 
College. 

He shall sign a declaration that he will preserve all 
books, records, or documents committed to his care by 
the President or Council ; that he will not allow them to 
be removed, read, or inspected by any person whatsoever 
without the written permission of the President or Coun- 
cil ; and that he will observe due secrecy with respect to 
the proceedings of the College Council, and his official 
communications with the President 



Chapter VII. 
Of the Duties oj the Bursar. 

The Bursar shall attend in his office at such times as 
the President shall prescribe. 

He shall lay before the Council at each of its ordinary 
meetings the accounts of, and vouchers for, all moneys 
disbursed on behalf of the College since its last previous 
meeting. He shall also present a detailed estimate of 
the sums required for the current expenses of the College^ 
and shall thereupon receive the written authority of the 
Council to disburse the same. 

He shall collect from the Students, on behalf of the 
College, all collegiate fees, shall give receipts for the 
same, and shall account for all sums so received to the 
Council. 

He shall collect from the Students, on behalf of the 
Professors, the class fees, and shall pay over the same to 
the several Professors, at such periods as shall be ap- 
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He shall prepare all sach documents relating to the 
income and expenditure of the College as the President 
or Council may require, and shall preserve copies of the 
same. 

He shall assist, when required hy the President, in 
preparing and making copies of College documents. 

He shall pay constant attention to the state of the 
College buildings, and shall, from time to time, as occa* 
sion may require, lay before the Council a statement of 
any repairs or alterations which may be necessary for 
the conservation thereof. 

He shall, when called upon to do so by the Council, 
make a general inventory of all the College property, and 
prepare a report on the general condition thereof, and 
shall lay such inventory and report before the Council at 
its next subsequent meeting, and shall preserve copies of 
the same. 

He shall carry out the instructions of the Council in 
such other reasonable ways as the Council shall prescribe 
for the maintenance of discipline and good conduct in the 
Students, and for the general business of the College. 

He shall, before entering on his office, give such and 
so much security to the College for the faithful discharge 
of his duties, as the Council shall deem sufficient. 



Chapter VITI. 
Of the Duties of the Librarian. 

The Librarian shall attend in the Library at such times 
as the Council shall prescribe. 

He shall, under such restrictions as may be prescribed 
by the Council, allow the Students to consult the books 
therein. 

He shall keep a list of all books given out from the 
Library, with the dates of their issue and return. 

In case of any book being injured or defaced, he shall 
report the same to the Council. 

He shall arrange the Library, and prepare catalogues 
of the books, in such mode and form as the Council 
shall prescribe, and shall superintend the printing of the 
game. 



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He shall call in, at such time each year as shall be 
prescribed by the Council, all the books which may have 
been issued from the lending department of the Library, 
and shall revise the catalogues under the direction of 
the Council. 

He shall also report to the Council the additions made 
to the Library during the year, and any losses it may 
have sustained, as well as upon the general state of the 
books and furniture. 

He shall carry out the instructions of the Council in 
such other reasonable ways as the Council shall prescribe 
for the maintenance of discipline and good conduct in the 
Students, and for the general business of the College. 

He shall sign a declaration that he will, to the utmost 
of his power, preserve from loss or damage the books and 
other property contained in the Library. 



Chapter IX. 
Of Scholarships, and the Duties of Scholars. 

Thirty Junior Scholarships shall be founded in the 
Facultyof Arts,of the annual value of twenty-four pounds; 
ten tenable by Students of the first year, ten by Students 
of the second year, and ten by Students of the third year. 

The examination for Junior Scholarships in Arts of 
the first year shall take place immediately after the first 
Entrance Examination in Arts of the Session, and shall 
be open to all Students of the first year who shall have 
passed that Examination. 

Those candidates to whom Scholarships shaU be then 
awarded shall hold their Scholarships for one year. 

There shall be a further Examination at the commence- 
ment of the second year, which shall be open to all Ma- 
triculated Students in Arts of that year who shall have 
passed the Examinations, and attended the Lectures 
prescribed by the Council to Students of the first year, 
and shall have complied with such further conditions as 
the Council shall impose. 

Those candidates, whether previously Scholars or not, 
to whom Scholarships shall be awarded at this further 
Examination, shall hold their Scholarships for two years. 



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Of the ten Junior Scholarships in Arts tenable by 
Students of each year, five shall be awarded for pro- 
ficiency in literary studies, and five for proficiency in 
scientific studies ; provided that it shall be competent 
for the Council, in case Scholarships in either depart- 
ment be withheld on the ground of insufficient answer- 
ing, to assign the unawarded Scholarships to the other 
department. 

Three Junior Scholarships shall be founded in the 
Faculty of Law, of the annual value of twenty pounds ; 
one tenable by a Student in Law of the first year, one by 
a Student of the second year, and one by a Student of the 
third year ; and shall be conferred by Examination, under 
such regulations as the Council shall prescribe. 

Eight Junior Scholarships shall be founded in the 
Faculty of Medicine, of the annual value of twenty-five 
pounds each ; two tenable by Students of the first year, 
two by Students of the second year, two by Students of 
the third year, and two by Students of the fourth year, 
and shall be conferred by examination under such regu- 
lations as the Council shall prescribe. 

Five Junior Scholarships shall be founded in the 
School of Engineering of the annual value of twenty 
pounds ; two tenable by Students of the first year, two by 
Students of the second year, and one by a Student of the 
third year; and shall be conferred by examination, under 
such regulations as the Council shall prescribe. 

Eight Senior Scholarships shall be founded of the 
value of forty pounds each, tenable by Graduates in Arts 
of the Queen*s University in Lreland, who shall have com- 
plied with such further conditions as the Council shall 
impose ; and shall be conferred and retained under such 
regulations as the Council shall prescribe ; provided that 
one Senior Scholarship shall be further limited to Stu- 
dents who shall have completed the course of legal study 
prescribed for the Degree of Bachelor in Laws. 

Junior Scholars shall forfeit their Scholarships on ceas- 
ing to continue their studies in the manner prescribed by 
the Council to Students of their class and standing, or on 
ceasing to comply with such other conditions as the 
CouncU slndi impose. 



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They shall, if required by the Council, take charge of 
the rolls of ihe claBses, register the attendance of the 
Students at Lecture, and assist the Professors in the 
arrangements for the Lectures, under such regulations 
as the Council shall prescribe. 

Thej shall be exempted from the payment of one 
moiety of the class-fees for the courses prescribed to Stu- 
dents of their faculty and standing : but this exemption 
is not to extend to the fees of any Honor Lectures at- 
tended by them out of the order of studies laid down in 
the curriculum. 

Senior Scholars and Junior Scholars in Medicine of 
the fourth year shall^ if required by the Council, assist the 
Professors in such ways and under sucli regulations as 
the Council shall prescribe. 

Scholars, whether Senior or Junior, shall carry out the 
instructions of the Council in such other reasonable ways 
as the Council shall prescribe for the maintenance of dis- 
cipline and good conduct in the Students, and for the 
general business of the College. 

Kany candidate for Junior Scholarships in Arts shall 
be placed first in order of merit on both the lists of can- 
didates, he shall be entitled to two Junior Scholarships 
— one in Literature and one in Science ; but in no other 
case shall two Scholarships, senior or junior, be simul- 
taneously held by one individuaL 



Chapteb X. 

Of the Duties of MatrimlaUd Studenti. 

Every Matriculated Student shall obey the Statutes of 
the College, conform to all Decrees or otiier Begulations 
made by the authorities of the College, for the mainten- 
ance of discipline and good conduct, and assist the Col- 
lege authorities in enforcing the same. 



Cbapter XL 

Of the Dtttiei of N(mrMairictdated Students. 

Non-Matriculated Students, on paying the regulated 
class-fees, and signing an engagement to obserre order 



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and discipline in the College, shall he permitted, without 
undergoing a preliminary examination, to attend any 
separate course, or courses, of lectures ; hut shall not he 
permitted to hecome candidates for Scholarships or other 
prizes, or to enjoy the other privileges of Matriculated 
Students. 

Matriculated Students who attend voluntary coiurses 
shall, so far as these courses are concerned, he regarded 
asi Non-Matriculated Students. 



Chapteb XII. 

Of the Library, 

The Library shall be open at such times, and shall he 
subject to such regulations, as the Council shall prescribe. 



Chapter XIII. 

Of the Museums. 

The Museums shall be open at such times, and sub- 
ject to such regulations, as the Council shall prescribe 



Chapter XIV. 

Of Visitations. 

The Board of Visitors appointed by Us shall hold their 
ordinary Visitation triennially, at some time in the Col- 
lege Session to be fixed by them, with the concurrence 
of the President, for the purpose of visiting and inspect- 
ing the different departments of the College, and of in- 
quiring into the general state of discipline therein, and 
of hearing appeals of such Professors, Office-bearers, or 
Students, as may consider themselves aggrieved by any 
sentence of the College authorities, and of deciding upon 
ihem according to the Statutes of the College ; provided 
that notice of such appeals, and of the acts or decisions, 
complained of, be furnished to the President at least 
seven days before the commencement of such Visitation ; 
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have free access to all departments, of the College, and 
shall have authority to ohtaln from each officer of the 
College any information and assistance they may require 
regarding his peculiar department. 

The I^gistrar of the College shall act as Registrar to 
the Visitors, and take proper minutes and make records 
of their proceedings. 

The Visitors shall have power to hold an extraordinary 
Visitation at any time during the Collegiate Session, upon 
giving three weeks' previous notice to the President, 
which notice shall contain a full statement of the ohjects 
of such Visitation, and the names of all persons con- 
cerned therein ; and the Registrar of the College, hy the 
direction of the President, shall, fourteen days previous 
to the appointed day, notify to all persons so named hy 
the Visitors the time and objects of such Visitation, and 
shall cause a public notice thereof to be affi.xed to some 
conspicuous part of the College. 

Any Professor, Office-bearer, or Student, who shall 
consider himself aggrieved by any act or decision of the 
President or College Council, shall have the power of 
praying for an extraordinary Visitation, and shall prepare 
u statement setting forth the grounds on which he con- 
siders himself aggrieved, which statement shall be com- 
municated to the President, and by him forthwith trans- 
mitted to the Visitors ; and in case the Visitors shall 
determine that sufficient cause has been shown for hold- 
ing a Visitation, they shall notify their determination, as 
also the day and place which they have appointed for the 
same, to the President three clear weeks before ; and the 
President shall direct the Registrar to issue the special 
and public notices, as in all cases of extraordinary Visita- 
tions. 

The Board of Visitors shall, in all cases of appeal, 
/communicate their decisions to the President and Council, 
in order that the same may be carried mto effect, accord- 
ing to the Statutes of the College. 



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Chafteb XV. 

Of PuniahTnerUi. 

Any Stadent guilty of any of the following offences 
shall be liable to expulsion from the College ; but it shall 
be competent to the Council, should they deem it more 
conducive to the discipline of the College, and the 
reformation of the offender, to impose some lighter pun- 
ishment for the same : — 

1. Habitnal neglect of attendance for Diyine Worship at such chnrcb 
or chapel as shall be approved by his parents or guardians. 

2. Habitual neglect of attendance on the religious instruction pro* 
vided for Students of his church or denomination. 

8. Immoral or dishonest practices 

4. Treasonable or seditious conduct. 

5. Drunkenness. 

6. Grievous offences against College rules or discipline. 

7. Wilful and serious injury to the property of the College. 

For all offences and violations of the Statutes of the 
College, or of the Decrees or other regulations of tho 
College Council, of a less grievous nature than the pro 
ceding, the Council shall have power to inflict such fine 
or other punishment as shall appear to them suitable to 
the same. 

No Student shall be allowed to enter or pursue his 
studies in the said Queen*s College while imder sentence 
of temporary exclusion, or after expulsion from any one 
of the Colleges founded under the said Act of Parlia- 
ment. 



Chafteb XVI. 

[0/ the Residences of StudetitSg and the Deans of Besidences. 

Every Matriculated Student^ being under the age of 
twenty-one years, shall be required to reside during the 
College Terms with his parent or guardian, or with 
some relation or friend to whose care he shall have been 
committed by his parent or guardian, and who shall have 
been approved of by the President^ or in a Boarding- 
house licensed and arranged for the reception of Stu- 
dents in the manner hereinafter described. 



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The relation or Mend to whose care a Stadent shall 
have been committed, shall attend at the entrance of the 
Student mto the College, to certify to the President the 
fiaid Student's place of residence, and to accept the 
charge of his moral and religious conduct 

Every Student intending to reside in a licensed 
Boarding-house shall, at his entrance into the College, 
produce a certificate to the President from his parent or 
guardian, specifying the Boarding house in which it is 
proposed he shall reside. 

The President shall require every person applying for 
a licence to keep a genersi Boarding-house, to produce a 
certificate of moral and religious character from his 
clergyman or minister, and shall obtain satisfactory evi- 
dence of the suitableness of the proposed establishment, 
and of its means of providing for the health and comfort 
of the Students. 

If the Bishop, Moderator, or constituted Authority of 
any church or religious denomination shall notify to the 
President his or their desire that there shall be a Boarding- 
house specially licensed for the exclusive use of the Stu- 
dents of such church or denomination, and shall specially 
recommend persons applying for licence to establish the 
same, the President shall, in every such case, grant such 
licence, provided he shall obtain satisfactory evidence 
of the suitableness of the proposed establishment, and 
of its means of providing for the health and comfort 
of the Students. 

In the case of Collegiate Students residing in a semi- 
nary or school which is under the special jurisdiction of 
the Bishop, Moderator, or the constituted Authority of any 
church or religious denomination, the President shall, 
on receiving a notification from such authority, consider 
residence in such seminary or school as equivalent to 
residence in the house of a parent or guardian, and 
shall exempt such seminary or school from licence or in- 
spection, but shall require the same attendance at entrance 
as in the case of a Student residing with his parent or 
guardian. 

For the better maintenance of moral and religions 
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ANJ> OSDINANCES. 

men or ministers as We shall^ from time to time, by 
warrant under our Sign Manual, appoint Deans of Besi- 
dences, shall have the moral care and spiritual charge of 
the Students of their respective creeds residing in the 
licensed Boarding-houses. 

The College Council shall havepower to assign lecture- 
rooms within the precincts of such College, wholly or in 
part, for the use of the Deans of Residences, for the 
purpose of affording religious instruction to the Students 
of Uieir respective creeds, and also to make rules con- 
cerning the days and times when such religious instruc- 
tion shall be given therein, and for securing that the 
same shall not interfere with the general discipline of the 
College ; provided always, that no Student shall be com- 
pelled by any rule of tiie College to attend any theolo- 
gical lecture or religious instruction other than is 
approved by his parents or guardians, and that no 
religious test shall be administered to any person in order 
to entitle him to be admitted a Student of any such 
College, or to hold any office therein, or to partake of 
any advantage or privilege thereof. 

No Clergyman or Minister shall be competent to 
assume or continue to hold the office of Dean of Resi- 
dences, unless approved of by the Bishop, Moderator, or 
constituted Authority of. his church or religious denomi- 
nation. 

The Registrar shall, at the commencement of every 
Collegiate Session, furnish each Dean of Residences with 
a list of the names and residences of the Students of his 
religious persuasion who may reside in the licensed 
Boarding-houses. 

Each Dean of Residences shall, at the termination of 
every Collegiate Session, report to the President on the 
general conduct of the Students under his moral care 
and spiritual charge, and on the manner in which dis- 
cipline, regarding such Students, has been observed in 
the several licensed Boarding-houses in which they 
reside. 



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STATUTES, BUUBS. 



Chapteb XVII. 
Qfiht Allocation of the EndovomaU, 

The following sums shall annually be allocated out of 
the sum charged on the Consolidated Fund for the main- 
tenance of the College, under the provisions of the 8th 
and 9th Vic, c. 66, s. I iJ, that is to say : — 

The sum of Eight Hundred Pounds shall be annually 
allocated out of the aforesaid charge to the payment of 
the President 

The sum of Three Thousand Nine Hundred Pounds 
shall be annually allocated out of the same fund to the 
payment of the Professors, according to the following 
scale, viz. : — 



Prof esBor of Greek, 


£ 

812 


ProfesKV of Latin, 


812 


Professor of Mathematics, 


812 


Professor of Natural Philosophy, 


312 


Professor of History and English Literature, 


812 


Professor of Logic and Metaphysics, 


812 


Professor of Chemistry, 


282 


Professor of Natural History, 


282 


Professor of CivU Engineering, 


280 


Professor of Modem Langoages, 


202 


Prof easor of Anatomy and Physiology, . 


202 


Professor of Jorispnidence and Political Economy 


160 


Professor of English Law, . 


160 


Professor of Medicine, 


120 


Professor of Sni^gery, 


120 


Professor of Materia Medica, . 


120 


Professor of Midwif eiy, 


120 


[In Belfast.] 




Professor of Greek, 


822 


Professor of Latin, 


822 


Professor of Mathematics, . 


822 


Professor of Natoral Philosophy, 


822 


Professor of Histoiy and English Literatnre, 


822 


Professor of Mental and Social Science, 


822 


Professor of Chemistry, 
Professor of Natural ffistoiy. 


292 
292 


Professor of Civil Engineering, 


290 


Professor of Modem Langnages, 


212 


Professor of Anatomy and Physiology, 


212 



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Professor of EnglUh Law, 
Profoflsor of Medicine, 
Professor of Svargeryy 
Professor of Kateria Medica, 
Professor of Midwifery, 

[In Cork-l 



£ 

150 
180 
130 
180 
130 



Professor of Greek, • • • 380 

Professor of Latin, • • • 330 

Professor of Mathematics, • • • 330 

Professor of Natural Philosophy, . . . 830 

Professor of History, English Literature, and Mental Science, 340 

Professor of Chemistry, • . • 300 

Professor of Natural History, • • • 300 

Professor of Civil Engineering, . . • 300 

Professor of Modem Languages, . . • 220 

Professor of Anatomy and Physiology, • , 220 

Professor of Jurisprudence and Political Economy, • 160 

Professor of English Law, • . • 150 

Professor of Medicine, • . • 150 

Professor of Surgery, . • • .150 

Professor of Materia Medica, • • • 150 

Professor of Midwifery, . • . 160 
[In Galway.] 



The sum of Eight Hundred Pounds shall be annually 
allocated out of &e same fund to the payment of the 
Registrar, Bursar, and Librarian, and of the minor Officers 
and Servants of the College; provided that if a Professor 
be appointed to the office of Registrar, Bursar, or Libra- 
rian, he shall not receive for his services in this capacity 
a stipend exceeding Seventy-five Pounds annually, from 
the aforesaid sum charged upon the Consolidated Fund. 

The sum of One Thousand Five Hundred Pounds 
shall be annually allocated out of the aforesaid charge on 
the Consolidated Fund to the payment of College Scho- 
larships and other prizes. 

If any part of the aforesaid charge of Seven Thousand' 
Pounds on the Consolidated Fund remain unexpended in 
any year, it shall be competent for the Council to apply 
the sum so unexpended in the institution and augmen- 
tation of College Scholarships and other Prizes ; or, pro- 
vided the assent of our Lieutenant-General and General 
Governor of Ireland shall have been previously obtained, 
in such other ways, consistent with the provisions of tho 

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STATUTES, EUIiBS, 



said Act of Parliament, as shall to them seem most con- 
ducive to the advancement of learning and knowledge, 
and to the promotion of those ohjects for which Sie 
College has been founded. 

Provided always, that in no case shall the stipend 
of any Professor or OflSicer heretofore appointed by us, 
fall short of the salary allotted to him by our aforesaid 
Letters Patent of the eleventh day of December, in the 
thiiteenth year of our reign. 

Provided further, that until the office of Vice-Presi- 
statatM dent and the Chair of Agriculture shall respectively 
•**y- next become vacant, the stipend of each of the following 
Professors shall be less than it otherwise would be 
according to the tenor of these presents, by the amount 
set in the corresponding column opposite to the title of 
that Professor in the following table ; that is to say: — 



latho 
Belfast 



I 
•si 






vxTOfilC, ■ • . 

Latin, 

MatheniAtics, 
Natural Philosophy, . 
Histoiy and English 

Literatore, 
Logic and Metaphysics, 
CheDiistry, . • • 
Civil Engineering, 
Medicine, • 
Snrgery, 

Materia Medica, . 
Midwifery, . 



£ 
28 
28 
28 
28 



46 
10 
10 
10 
10 




rss 



£ 
15 
15 
15 
15 

15 
15 

20 
10 
10 
10 
10 



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C«rk 



Provided further, that until the office of Vice-Prosi- 
ISaMm dent shall next become vacant ; and until one of the two 
**^^ Professorships of Natural History shall determine ; and 
until the Professorship of Jurisprudence and Political 
Economy shall determine ; and until the Chair of Agri> 
culture shall next become vacant ; and until the Chair of 
Celtic shall next become vacant; until each of these 
events shall have respectively happened, the stipend of 
each of the following Professors shall be less than it 
otherwise would be according to the tenor of these pre- 
sents, by the amount set in the corresponding column 
opposite to the title of that Professor in the following 
table; that is to say : — 



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Provided further, that until the office of Vice-Presi- 
dent and the Chair of Histor}* and English Literature 
shall next become vacant; and until one of the two 
Professorships of Natural History shall determine ; and 
until the Chair of Agriculture shall next become vacant ; 
until each of these events shall have respectively hap- 
pened, the stipend of each of the following Professors 
shall be less than it otherwise would be according to the 
tenor of these presents, by the amount set in the corres- 
ponding column opposite to the title of that Professor 
in the following table ; that is to say : — 





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£ 
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£ 

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Latin, . 




40 


10 


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15 


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Mathematics, 


> 


40 


53^' 


10 


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15 


1 


1 


Natural PhUosophy, 


40 


^•si 


10 




15 


History, English Li- 


i 




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5** 


1 


terature, and Men- 


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i 


90 


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Chemistry, . 


.1 


50 




12 


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Natural History, . 


* V * 


, 


100 


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•3 


CivU Engineering, . 


80 


16 


28 


1 


Modem Languages, 


10 


2 


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4 


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siology, . 




10 


1-sl, 


2 


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4 




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Medicine, . 


2 


25 


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7 


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9 


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Surgery, 


• 


25 


sail 


7 


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9 


5 


Materia Medica, . 




25 


7 


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ReguUUtng the College Sessions, and Fees payable by 
Stvdenis, 

The College Session for Students in Arts shall com- 
mence on the third Tuesday in the month of Octobet in 
each year, and terminate on the second Saturday in June, 
and shall consist of three terms ; the first, extending from 
the commencement of the Session to the Christmas re- 
cess ; the second, from the Christmas recess to the Eas- 
ter recess ; and the third, from the Easter recess to the 
end of the Session. 



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AXD OBDIX VXCES. 269 

The recesses at Christmas and Easter shall not ex- 
ceed two weeks each. 

Persons desirous of prosecuting particular branches of 
science or literature shall be permitted, on conforming to 
the regulations made in reference to Non-Matriculated 
Students, to attend any separate Course or Courses of 
Lectures, but not to become Candidates for Scholar- 
ships, or to enjoj the other privileges of Matriculated 
Students. 

The fees payable for Matriculated Students to the 
Bursar, on behalf of the College, shall not exceed : — 

£ 9, d. 

At the commencemeiit of the first rear (indading Entrance 

Fee), 300 

At the commencement of the second year, • • .200 
At the commencement of the third year, « . ,200 

At the commencement of the fourth year, • • .200 

The fees payable by Students, whether Matriculated 
or Non-Matriculated, to the several Professors, for attend* 
ance on the several Pass Courses of Lectures or instruc- 
tion, which are now or may be hereafter prescribed by 
the College Council, for any degree or other University 
distinction, shall be £1 for each Course extending over 
one term only, and £*2 for each course extending over 
more than one term of a Session, when attended for the 
first time, and £1 for each re-attendance on the same ; 
except that the fee payable for the Course of Anatomy 
and Physiology shall be £3 when attended for the first 
time, and £^ for every subsequent attendance ; except 
also that the fee payable for Practical Anatomy or Prac- 
tical Chemistry shall be £3 for each attendance. 

Li the case of Students receiving special instruction 
not prescribed as a qualification for a degree or other 
University distinction, or attending Honor Courses of 
Lectures, the Council shall have power to fix the amount 
of the fee to be paid by each Student ; provided that the 
fee to be paid for any Honor Course of Lectures which 
Students are entitled to substitute for a prescribed Pass 
Course, shall in no case be less than £2. 

No Professor shall be entitled to claim the fees of any 
Class of Students, except so long as that Class shall be 



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270 STATUTES, BU1.E8, 

required by the Council to attend his instruction : and it 
shall be the duty of the Oouncil to revise and amend tlie 
Regulations prescribing Courses of Study from time of 
time, whenever they deem it conducive to the interests to 
education and of the Students so to do, irrespective of 
considerations affecting the incomes of Professors. 



Chapter XIX. 

Ad-eundem StudenU. 

It shall be competent to the Council to permit any 
Student who shall have pursued part of his collegiate 
studies in anyone of the Colleges founded under the said 
Act of Paiiiament, or in any University capable of grant- 
ing Degrees in the several Faculties of Arts, Law, and 
Medicine, and any Legal or Medical Student who shall 
have pursued part of his legal or medical studies under 
teachers recognised, or to be recognised, by the Senate 
of the Queen's University, on passing such examinations 
and fulfilling such other conditions as the Council shall 
prescribe, to take corresponding rank in this College, and 
also to compete for Scholarships or other prizes of the 
corresponding year, provided he shall not hold at the 
same time a Scholarship or other office of emolument in 
any other University, College, or Medical School. 



And We do also, for Us, our heirs and successors^ 
grant and declare that this our Royal Letter, and the 
Letters Patent intended to be issued by virtue thereof, 
or the enrolment or exemplification of such Letters 
Patent, shall be in all things good, firm, valid, and effec- 
tual in law, according to the true intent and meaning of 
the same ; and shall be taken, construed, and adjudged, 
iu all our comls or elsewhere, in the most favourable 
and beneficial sense, and for the best advantage of the 
said College, any misrecital, non-recital, omission, defect^ 
imperfoction, matter or thing whatsoever notwithstand- 
ing. And lastly We do hereby promise and declare, for 
Us, our heirs, and successors, that We and they shall and 
will, at all times hereafter, give and grant to the afore- 



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AND OBDINAKCES. 271 

said President and Professors, and their successors, such 
other reasonable powers and authorities as maj be neces- 
sary for the better government thereof, and the more 
effectual execution of these premises. In Witness 
whereof, we have caused these our Letters to be made 
Patent Witness George William Frederick, Earl of 
Carlisle, our Lieutenant-General and General Governor 
of Ireland, at Dublin, the twelfth day of October, in 
the twenty-seventh year of our Beign. 

Enrolled in the Office of the Bolls of Her 
Majesty's High Court of Chancery in Ireland on 
the thirtieth day of November, one thousand 
eight hundred and sixty-three. 



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[ 272 ] 
QUEEN'S COLLEGE, BELFAST, 

FOUNDED DECEMBER 80, 1845. 



This College is a Corporation under the name and stjle 
of '' The Fi-esident, Vice-President, and Professors of 
Queen's College, Belfast." 

The General Goyemment and Administration of the 
College under the Statutes, and in cases not provided for 
hj the Statutes, is vested in the College CoundL 



Visitors. 

His Grace the Lord Pzimate. 

His Grace the Duke of Leinster. 

The Chief Secretary for Ireland, for the time being. 

Earl Dufferin and Clandeboye. 

The Bight Rev. the Lord Bishop of Down and Connor and Dromore. 

The Right Honorable Mr. Justice Fitzgerald. 

The Moderator of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church 

in Ireland, for the time being. 
The President of the King's and Queen's College of Physicians, for 

the time being. 
The President of the Boyal College of Surgeons, for the time being. 
The President of the Association of Non-Subscribing Presbyterians 

of Ireland, for the time being. 
The Right Honorable Baron Dowse. 



Fresldsnt. 
The Bererend Pooley Shuldham Henry, dj>.. 



YlCE-PBESrDSNT. 
Thomas Andrews, mj>., ll.d., f.b.8., Hon. F.B.8.E. 

CounCIL. 

The President 
The Yioe-Pzesident. 

William Nesbitt, M.A., Professor of Latin. 

James Cuming, mjd., „ Medicine. 

Peter Redfem, kj)., „ Anatomy and Physiology. 

John Purser, M.A., „ Mathematics. 

Charles MaeDouall, ll.d., ^ Greek. 
Joseph David Everett, 

iCA., D.ox., • . „ Natural Philosophy. 



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PBOFESSOBS AND 0FFIGEB8. 273 

FSOFES80B8. 

The Greek Language, • • Charles MaoDoaall, llj>., ii.b.a.8. 

The Latin Langnage, . . William Nesbitt, m.a. 

History and English Literature, Charles Duke Yonge, K^., Oxon. 

Modem Languages, . . A. L. Meissner, Ph.D. 

Mathematics, .... John Purser, m.a. 

Natural Philosophy, . . Joseph D. Everett, M.A., D.Ci. 

Chemistry, .... Thas. Andrews, ii.d., llj)., f.b.8., 

u.B.ia. 
Natural History, • . . Bobert 0. Cunningham, m.d. 
Logic and Metaphysics, • • John Park, h.a. 
Civil Engineering, . • . George Fuller, c.k. 
Agriculture, .... John F. Hodges, m.d., f.cs. 
Anatomy and Physiology, . Peter Redfem, h.d., 7.R.C.8. 
Medicine, .... James Cuming, m.d. 

Surgery, Alexander Gonlon, mj>. 

Materia Medica, • • . James Seaton lleid, m.d. 
Midwifery, • . . . K. F. Dill, m.d. 
English Law, .... Echlin Molyneux, a.m. 
Jurisprudence and Polit. Econ. T, £. Cliffe Leslie, ll.b. 



Office-Beabees. 

</urator of Museum, • . The Professor of Mineralogy and 

Geology. 
Begistrar, • • • . Bev. Richard Oulton, b j>. 
Librarian, • • • . Bev. George Hill. 
Bursar, John Wylie, esq. 



Deans of Residences, 

APPOIMTZD. 

General Assembly of the Pres-) Bev. Josias Leslie Porter, 

byterian Church in Lreland,) d.d., ll.d., . . . 1866 

Church of Ireland, . • . Bev. Samuel E. Busby, ll.d. 1872 

Wesleyan Methodists, . . Bev. Bobert Sdott, d.d. . 1873 

Formes Professors and Officers* 

APPOINTED. TACATBIK 

1849. BeT. Frederick Howe Bingwood, m.a., Pro- 
fessor of Greek, Besigned, 1850. 

1849. Charles MacDouall, Esq., a.m.. Professor 

of Latin, Besigned, 1850. 

1849. James MacAdam, Esq., Librarian, . . Besigned, 1850. 

1849. Bobert Blakey, Esq., Professor of Logic 

and Metaphysics, .... Besigned, 1851. 

I860. Bev. Wm. Lupton, Dean of Besidenoes, 

Wesleyan Methodists, . . . Besigned, 1852. 

1849. W. J. C. Allen, Esq., Begistrar, . . Besigned, 1852. 

1849. W. N. Hancock, u-b.. Professor of Juris- 

prudence and Politieal Economy, • Besigned, 1858. 

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S74 QU££1«*B COIXEOEy BEI.FA8T. 

FoBMSR Pbofe880ju» Aiip Ofticers — Continued. 

APPOUfXBD. YACATBD. 

1849. W. p. Wilson, A.M.,Prof. of Mafliemfttics, Kesigned, 1854, 

1852. Frederic M'Coy, Esq., Professor of Min- 

eralogy and Geology, .... Besigned, 1854. 

1849. Horatio Stewart, m.d.. Professor of Ma- 
teria Medica, Died, 1857. 

1849. John Godwin, Esq., Professor of Civil 

Engineering, Besigned, 1857. 

1856. Bev. William Appelbe, llj)., Dean of 

Besidences, Wesleyan Methodists, . Besigned, 1858. 
1849. Hugh Garlile, m J)., Professor of Anatomy 

and Physiology, Died, 1860. 

1854. Peter G.Tait, A.M., Prof, of Mathematics, Besigned, 1800. 
1849. George Dickie, mj).. Prof, of Nat. History, Besigned, 1860» 
1849. John O'Donovan, ll.d., Professor of 

Celtic Languages, .... Died, 1861. 

1849. M. J. Frings, Ph.D., Professor of Modem 

Languages, Besigned, 1862. 

1860. George Middleton Slesser, m.a.. Profes- 
sor of Mathematics, .... Died, 1862. 

1850. Bey. Charles Parsons Beiehel, dj>.. Pro- 

fessor of Latin, Besigned, 1864. 

1868. Bev. Daniel Macafee, Dean of Besidences, 

Wesleyan Methodists, . , . Besigned, 1865. 

1849. John Creery Ferguson, ii.a., m.b.. Profes- 
sor of Medicine, Died, 1865. 

1862. Wilhelm FradersdorfT, Ph.D., Professor 

of Modem Languages, . . . Died, 1865. 

1849. Bev. Henry Murphy, Dean of Besidences, 

Church of England, .... Besigned, 1866. 

1849. George L. Craik, ll.d.. Professor of 
• History and English Literature, • Died, 1866. 

1849. Bev. H. Cooke, D.D., ll.d., Dean of Besi- 
dences, General Assembly, . . Besigned, 1866. 

1849. John Stevelly, ll.d.. Professor of Natural 

PbUosophy Besigned, 1867. 

1849. William Burden, Professor of Midwifery, Besigned, 1867. 

1851. Bev. James M*Cosh, ll.i).. Professor of 

Logic and Metaphysics, • • . Besigned, 1868. 

1853. WyviUe Thomson, ll.d.. Professor of 

Natural History, .... Besigned, 1870. 

1871. Bev. William Arthur, m.a., Dean of Besi- 

deuces, Wesleyan Methodists, • . Resigned, 1871. 

1867. Bev. Edward N. Hoare, Dean of Besi- 
dences, Church of Irdand, • . Besigned, 1872. 

1849. Alexander Dickey, Esq., Bursar, . .Died, 1872. 

1857. James Thomson, llj>., Professor of Civil 

Engineering, Besigned, 1873. 

1871. Bev. Bobert Crook, ll.d., Dean of Besi- 
dences, Wesleyan Methodists, . . Besigned, 1873. 

1849. Bev. John Porter, Dean of Besidences, 

Non.-Sub. PresbyteriaoB, • • .Died, 1874. 



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KATBICUIJLTED JJXD HON-MATBICUIiATED STUDENTS. 275 

Of thb' MAinnGBK of Eute&ing ths College^ and of 

PBOOBSDIVO TO DeQRBBS AMD DlPLOMAS IN THS 

QnsBN*8 Ukitsbsitt is Ibslabd. 

The Students of the College are either Matriculated or 
Non-]kl^tricttl|iied* 

MATMCULATBD STUDENTS. 

In order to obtain a Degree or Diploma in the Queen^s. 
University, it is necessary to enter the College as a Ma- 
triculated Student, to pass the Entrance or Mfttriculationf 
Examination, and to pursue a fixed course of Study. 

The Matriculated Students may be classified as follow : — 

I. Those intending to proceed to the Diplomaof Licentiate in Arts. 

II. „ „ Degrees of B.A. and M.A. 

m. „ „ Degrees of M.D. and M.CH. 

IV. „ „ Diploma of Elementary Law. 

V. „ „ Degrees of LL.D. and LL.B. 

YL „ „ Degree of Civil Engineering. 

Students preparing for the Bar are, by the recent re- 
gulations of the Benchers of the King's Inns, enabled to 
postpone the conmiencement of keeping their terms in 
DubUn and London, and the payment of the entrance fees, 
for a considerable time, by completing their course for the 
degree of B. A. in the Queen's College. 

Students preparing for the profession of Attorney or 
Solicitor, can (by 14th and 15th of Vic, c. 88) save two 
years of their apprenticeship, and postpone the payment 
of the apprentice fee for that time, by completing their 
course for the degree of A.B. in the Queen's College. 



NON-MATBICULATBD STUDENTS. 

Persons may attend the Lectures of any of the Profes- 
sors without passing the Matriculation or any other Exa- 
mination. They are required to sign an engagement " to 
observe order and discipline in the College," to pay a fee 
of Five Shillings to the Bursar, on behw of the Colleges 
each Session, and the fees or the classes proposed to be 
attended. 



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276 QDESyB COLLEGE, BELFAST. 

Daring tlie term of their attendance on College lectures, 
they are admitted to read in the librarj, and on payment 
of a deposit of £1, are permitted to take oat two yolumea 
on loan under the same regulations as the Matriculated 
Students. 

Occasional Students may, by Matrieolating in the 
Faculty of Medicine, obtain credit for such parts of the 
coarse prescribed for Medical Students as they may have 
passed prior to such Matriculation ; but while tiiey remain 
Non-Matriculated Students, they are not allowed to com- 
pete for scholarships, prizes, or honors, or to enjoy the 
other priyileges of Matriculated Students. 



THE COLLEGE SESSION. 

The First Term commenced on Tuesday, October 20^ 
and ended on Saturday, December 19, 1874. 

The Second Term begins January 5 ; ends March 25. 

The Third Term begins April 6 ; ends (Ses. 1874-75) 
June 12. 

The First Term Session, 1875-76, begins October 19 ; 
ends December 18. 



EXAMINATIONS. 

The Examinations are conducted in part orally and in 
part by papers ; the number of questions is not greater 
than a person well prepared is able to ^Uiswer in the time 
allowed. 



FACULTY OP ABT8. 
THE DEOBEES OF B.A. AlfD H.A. 

Degree ofBjL. 

Students intending to proceed to the degree of B. A. in 
the Queen's Uniyersity in Ireland, must enter their names 
with the Registrar, and pay to the Bursar the Class and 
College fees. They must then pass a Matriculation Ez- 



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FACULTT OP ARTS. * 277 

aminatioQ in the English, Latin, and Greek Languages, 
and the Elements of History and Mathematics. For mr- 
iber details, see p. 281. 

The Greneral Matriculation Examination takes place at 
the commencement of the first term. The names of those 
students who have passed the examination, are declared 
on the day following ; and the fees are returned to those 
students who have not passed the examination^ 

There is an additional Matriculation Examination in 
the same subjects, early in November, for those students 
who have not presented themselyes at, or passed, the 
Creneral Examination. 

After Matriculation, each candidate for the degree of 
B.A. must attend the College Lectures on the subjects 
enumerated in p. 309; and in those cases where the 
•courses extend over three terms, they must attend during 
the first and second terms at least of each Session. 

At the end of each Session there are *' General Class 
Examinations" in the subjects upon which lectures have 
been delivered during that Session. 

There are also ^^ Supplementary Examinations" in the 
same subjects, at the commencement of the following 
Session. 

All students must pass either the '^ General Class Ex- 
aminations" or the '* Supplementary Examinations," before 
their names can be entered on tibe College Register as 
having completed the Session, and before they can be al- 
lowed to go on to a subsequent year of College study. 

In order to obtain the degree of B.A. two University 
Examinations must also be passed, one before rising to the 
third Session, and the other after having completed it. 

For the regulations of the University Senate respecting these Ex- 
aminations, $ee p. 35. 

Degree ofMJL, 

Candidates for the degree of M.A. are admitted to the 
University Examination for that degree one year after 
having taken the degree of B JL 

For the regtilations of the U&iTernlgr Senate retpeeting this Ex- 
amination, $€€ p. 40. 



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278 QU££irs COLLEGE, BELFAST* 

lY.— XXAHniATION OF GAHDIDATES WHO ASS NOT 
MEICBEBS OF THE imiTEBSlTT. 

Two Examinations shall be held every year, commencing 
at the same time, for Candidates who are not members of 
the University. 

For the regulation of the UniTersity Senate respecting these 
Examinations, see p. 72. 

FACULTY OF LAW. 
I. — CERTIFICATE OF THE LAW FBOFES80B8. 

14 & 15 Vic. cap. 86. 

Students intending to proceed for the Certificate of the 
Law Professors, so as to entitle themselves to serve an 
apprenticeship of four years instead of five, under the 
Attomei/s and Solicitors Regulation Act Amendment 
Act (14 and 15 Vic, cap. 88 — See App.) must enter their 
names with the Registrar, either as Matriculated or Nan* 
Matriculated Students, and pay the necessary College 
and Class Fees to the Bursar before the commencement of 
the Law Lectures in each Session. 

Such students must attend the Lectures and pass the 
examinations prescribed by the Ordinances of the Queen's 
University for the first and second years of the course of 
study for candidates for the Diploma of Elementary Law. 

n.^ — THE DIPLOMA OF ELEMENTABT LAW. 

Students intending to proceed to the Diploma of Ele- 
mentary Law, must enter their names with the Registrar, 
and pay to the Bursar the fees, before the commencement 
of the Law Lectures in each Session, and must pursue 
the Course of Study prescribed in the Ordinances of the 
Queen's University in Ireland. 

They must attend the Lectures in the prescribed sub- 
jects, respectively, during each year. There is a General 
Examination in all the subjects lectured on during the 
Session, which all students are required to pass. 

After having completed this course, the student may 
present himself for Examination in the Queen's Universi^ 
for the Diploma in Elementary Law. 

For the regnlations of the Senate of the Queen's UniveEBltgr vith 
referenoe to this Examination, iee p. 50. 



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FACULTY OF MXDICIKE. 279 

lU. — ^THB OSGBSB OF IX.B. 

Students intending to proceed to the Degrees of LL.B» 
and LL.D. must pursue the same course of Legal Studj as 
candidates for the Diploma of Elementary Law, and must 
also obtain the Degree of B.A. 

The Courses of Study for the Diploma of Elementary 
Law, and for the Degree of B.A., need not be pursued 
simultaneously. 

One year after having completed the curriculum for the 
Diploma in Elementary Law, the student may present 
himself for Examination in the Queen's University for the 
Degree of LL.B., provided he have proceeded to the 
Degree of B. A. 

For the regulations of the Senate of the Queen's University with 
reference to Uiis Examination, see p. 51. 

IV. ^THE DEGB££ OF LL.D. 

For the regulations with reference to the Degree of LL.I)., tee 
p. 51. 

FACULTY OF MEDICINE. 

DEGREE OF H.B. AND M.CH. 

Students intending to proceed to the degrees of M.D. and 
M.CH. in the Queen's University in Ireland, must enter 
their names with the Registrar, and pay to the Bursar the 
College and Class Fees. They must then pass a Matricu- 
lation Examination in the English, Latin, and Greek 
Languages, and the Elements of History and Mathematics. 

For the details of the suhject of this Examination, see p. 281. 

The General Matriculation Examination takes place at 
the commencement of the first term of the session. The 
names of. the students who have passed the Examination 
are declared on the day following; and the fees are 
returned to those students who have not passed the Exa- 
mination. 

There is an additional Matriculation Examination in the 
second week in November, for those students who have 
not presented themselves a^ or passed, the General Matri- 
culation Examination. 

They must then pursue the courses of study prescribed 
by the Senate of the Queen^s Univendty in Ireland, see 
p. 53. 



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2^0 ql'ce.n's college, Belfast. 

For the University ExamiDations for the degrees of M.D. and 
M.CH., and the times at which the student may present himself 
for them, see p. 57. 

The regulations with respect to Non-matriculated students will 
be found at p. 300. 

The regulations with reference to students from other Uni- 
versities or Medical Schools will bo found at p. 58. 



DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING. 

THE DEGREE IN CIVIL ENGINEERING. 

Students who are candidates for the degree in Civil 
Engineering must ent^r their names with the Registrar, 
and pay to the Bursar the College and Class fees. They 
must then pass a Matriculation Examination in the English 
Language, and Mathematics. 

For the details of the subjects of this Examination, see p. 282. 

The Greneral Matriculation Examination takes place at 
the commencement of the first term. The names of those 
students who have passed the Examination are declared on 
the day following ; and the fees are returned to those stu- 
dents who have not passed the Examination. 

There is an additional Matriculation Examination in the 
€ame subjects, the second week in November, for those 
fitudents who have not presented themselves at, or passed, 
the (general Matriculation Examination. 

The student must then attend for three sessions the 
courses prescribed by the Senate of the Queen's Univer- 
sity and pass the University Examinations for the degree 
in Civil Engineering from the Queen's University. 

For the regulations relating to these Examinations, see p. 61. 



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MATfUCULATION EXAMINATION. 281 

MATEICDLATION EXAMINATION. 



Faculties of Arts, Medicine, and Law. 

Svbfeett of Examination, 

mathematics. 
Euclid. — ^The First and Second Books, including the De- 
finitions and Axioms. 
Arithmetic. — ^Explanation of the common system of Nu- 
merical Notation. 
The Nature and Use of Vulgar and Decimal Fractions, 
comprising the Rules for their Addition, Subtraction, 
Multiplication, Division, and Reduction, with the 
reasons for those rules. 
Practice. 

The Rule of Proportion. 
Simple Interest and Discount. 

The Extraction of the Square Roots of Whole Numbers 
and of Decimals. 
Algebra. — ^Explanation and use of the Algebraical Signs, 
+ — X -r- =. 
Nature and use of the Bracket or Vinculum, with the 
changes to be made in Algebraical Expressions on its 
introduction or removal. 
Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, and Division of 

Algebraical Expressions. 
Explanation of the meaning of an Index. 
Proof of the equation a^c^=^a^-^. 
Reduction of Algebraical Expressions to their simplest 

forms. 
The solution of Simple Equations. 
In the preceding cases the student is required, when 
called on, to give the Demonstration and Explanation of the 
Sole employed, and its application to particular Examples. 

THE GREEK LANGUAGE. 

Any two of the following Authors which the candidate 
may select : — 

Homeros. — Hias. Books L IL 
Euripides. — ^Aloestis. 
Xenophon. — Anabasis. Books L XL 
Laoianns. — ^Walker's Selections. 



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282 queen's coijlege, Belfast. 

Or any other two books selected by the candidate, provided they 
form a course not less extensive than two of those above named. 

THE LATIN LANGUAGE. 

Any two of the following Authors which tlie candidate 
may select. Any one book of Livy, and any two books in 
Horace, Virgil, and Csesar will count as a book : — 

Horace. 

VirgU. 

Cioero.^In Catilinam. 

Sallost 

livy. 

Cssar. 

Translation from English into Latin Prose. 

BISTORT AND THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE. 

Grammar*— English, and Composition. 

History. — English, from the Norman Conquest to the 

Battle of Flodden Field. 
Geography. — Ancient and Modem, Outlines of. 



School of Civil Engineering. 

SvbjecU of Examination. 

English Grammar and Composition.-^atlines of Modem 

Geography. 
Mathematics.— (iSetf p. 281.) 

SCHOLARSHIPS. 
Forty-six Junior Scholarships and Eight Senior Sdiolar- 
ships have been founded in the College. 
Of the Junior Scholarships — 

Thirty, of the yalne of j£24 each, are appropriated to students 

pursuing the course prescribed for the degree of AJB. 
Eight, of the value of ig25 each, are appropziated to students 

pursuing the course prescribed for the degree of M.D. 
Three, of the value of £20 each, are appropriated to students 

pursuing the course prescribed for the diploma of ElememW 

ary Law, and the degree of LL.B. 
Five, of the value of £20 each, are appropriated to students 

pursuing the course prescribed for the diploma of Civil 

Engineering. 



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SCnOLASSHlFS. 28S 

These Scholaiships are awarded annually by examina- 
tion, and are tenable for one year only, with the exception 
of those awarded to students in Arts of the second year, 
which are tenable for two years. The Scholars of each 
year are not disqualified from being candidates for Scholar- 
ships the succeeding year. 

Junior Scholars are required to take charge of the 
roUs of the classes, to register the attendance of the students 
at lectures, and to assist the professors in the arrangement 
for the lectures, under such regulations as the Council shall 
prescribe. 

A student extending the course prescribed for any 
year over two Sessions, is permitted to hold a Scholarship 
during the first of those Sessions, provided he attend in 
that Session two of the prescribed classes, of which one^ 
at least, must be peculiar to that department in which the 
Scholarship is held. 

Candidates for any of the Scholarships of the First year 
must have passed the Matriculation Examination. 

No student in Arts, Medicine, or Engineering shall be 
admitted as a candidate for a First year Scholarship, who 
has attended as a Matriculated student, in whole or in 
part, any dass in this or in any of the Queen's Colleges. 

Arts Scholarships. 

Of the Thirty Junior Scholarships appropriated to stu- 
dents in the Faculty of Arts — 

Fifteen are awarded for proficiency in literature, viz. : — 
five, to students oommencing their First year. 
FiTe „ „ Second year. 

Five ., „ Third year. 

Fifteen for proficiency in Science, yiz. : — 

Five, to stadents commencing their First year. 
Five „ „ Second year. 

Five „ „ Third year. 

There is no Examination for the Scholarships in Litera- 
ture and Science of the Third year; they are held by the 
. Scholars of the Second year of the previous Session, under 
such regulations as the Council may prescribe. 

Candidates for Scholarships of the Second year must 
have completed the First year of their course. 



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2H4 QUEEM*8 COLLEGE, BELFAST. 

The Scholarship Examinations take place at the com- 
mencement of the Session. 

For the subjects and days of Examinations, see p. 288, H seq. 

No student shall be admitted to Examination for Scho- 
larships of the Second year, unless he shall have attended 
all the Lectures and Examinations prescribed for the pre- 
ceding year of the course in Arts ; but a student may 
extend his attendance on the Lectures prescribed for any 
one year over two Collegiate Sessions, provided he shall 
attend at least two of the prescribed courses of Lectures 
in each Session. 

A student who has extended his attendance on the Lec- 
tures prescribed for any one year, over two Collegiate Ses- 
sions, and has passed the prescribed examinations, shall be 
eligible to compete for a Scholarship of the subsequent 
year. But a student who is extending his attendance on 
the Lectures prescribed for any one year, over two Colle- 
giate Sessions, shall not be permitted to compete for a 
Scholarship of that year, at the commencement of the 
Second of such Sessions. 

Every student who shall attend only a part of the Col- 
lege Lectures during the year of his Scholarship, shall be 
required to devote himself specially to the business of the 
Lectures he attends, and to assist the Professors at such 
times and in such ways as the Council shall from time to 
time prescribe, and no Scholar shall be permitted to hold 
any office or employment which the Council shall consider 
to be incompatible with the due discharge of his college 
duties. 

No student can hold the same Junior Scholarship a 
second time, nor can he compete for any Scholarship unless 
his standing correspondwith the year to which that Scholar- 
6hip belongs. 



ENGiNBERma Scholarships. 

Of the Five Scholarships appropriated to students of 
Civil Engineering — 

Two are tenable by students of the First year. 
Two „ „ „ Second year. 

One is tenable by a stadent of the Thixd year. 



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SCHOIiABSHIPS. 285 

Candidates for the Engineering Scholarships of the 
Second and Third years respectively, must have completed 
their previoas Session or Sessions, and passed the General 
or Supplementary Examinations. 

The Scholarsmp Examination takes place at the com- 
mencement of the first term of the Session. 

For the subjects and days of Ezaxnination, $ee p. 308. 



Medical Scholarships. 

Of the Eight Junior Scholarships appropriated to stu* 
dents in the Faculty of Medicine — 

Two will be awarded to students commencing the First year of 

their course. 
Two „ „ „ Second year. 

Two „ „ „ Third year. 

Two „ „ „ Fourth year. 

The examinations for Junior Scholarships of the Second 
and Third years in the Faculty of Medicine take place at 
the commencement of the Second and Third years of the 
course prescribed to students in Medicine. Candidates 
must be Matriculated before they can compete. 

Matriculated students in Medicine intending to compete 
for Medical Scholarships of the Second year must be of not 
more than one year's standing, and must have attended in 
some one of the Queen's Colleges, or in an University 
capable of granting degrees in Medicine, two, at least, of 
the following courses, viz. : — Chemistry — ^Botany and 
Zoology— Anatomy and Physiology — ^Materia Medica and 
Pharmacy — ^Practical Chemistry — ^Practical Anatomy. 

Matriculated students in Medicine intending to com- 
pete for Medical Scholarships of the Third year must be 
of two years' standing, and not more, and must have at- 
tended in some one of the Queen's Colleges, or in an Uni- 
versity capable of granting degrees in Medicine, four, at 
least, of the following courses, viz. : Chemistry — Botany 
and Zoology — ^Anatomy and Ph^ology — Materia Medica 
and Pharmacy — Practical Chemistry — ^Practical Anatomy* 

Matriculated students in Medicine intending to com- 
pete for Medical Scholarships of the Fourth year must 
be of three years' standing, and not more^ and must, in 



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286 queen's coixegb, beupast. 

addition to the qualifications prescribed in the preceding 
paragraph, have attended in their Third year, two, at 
least, of the following courses, viz. : Theoir and Practice 
of Medicine — Theory and Practice of Surgery — Mid- 
wifery and Diseases of Women and Children. 

To acquire a year's Collegiate standing, the student, 
whether Matriculated or Non-Matriculated, must attend 
in that year at least two of the Medical classes above 
mentioned. 

Junior Scholars in the Faculty of Medicine of the First 
and Second years must respectively attend, during the year 
of their Scholarship, two, at least, of the following courses, 
viz. : Chemistry — Botany and Zoology — ^Anatomy and 
Physiology — Materia Medica and Pharmacy — Practical 
Chemistry — ^Practical Anatomy. 

Junior Scholars in the Faculty of Medicine of the Third 
and Fourth years must respectively attend, during the 
year of their Scholarship, two, at least, of the following 
courses, viz. : Theory and Practice of Medicine — ^Theory 
and Practice of Surgery — ^Midwifery and Diseases of 
Women and Children — Medical Jurisprudence. 

For the subjects and days of Examination, tee p. 803. 



Law Scholarships. 

Of the Thbxe Junior Scholarships founded in the 
Faculty of Law — 

One is tenable by a sttident of the First year. 
One „ „ M Second year 

One n fi n Third year. 

Candidates for the Law Scholarship of the First year 
must have passed the Matriculation Examination and en- 
tered as students in the Faculty of Law, before presenting 
themselves for the Scholarship Examination. 

Candidates for the Law Scholarship of the Second or 
Third year must have passed the Matriculation Examina- 
tion, and have completed respectively the First or Second 
Session of the course in the Faculty of Law, previously to 
presenting themselves for the Scholarship ExaminaiioiL 

The Scholarship Examinations will be held at the com- 
mencement of the College Session. 



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8CHOI«AB8HIF8. 287 

Seniob Scholabships. 

Eight Senior Scholarships, of lihe yalae of £40 each— 

Shall be conferred upon and retained by Gradnates in Arts of 
the Queen's University, under such regulations as the 
Council shall prescribe. 

One of these shall be limited to students who shall have com- 
pleted the course of legal study prescribed for the degree of 

The Senior Scholarships are awarded by examination. 
They are tenable for one year only, and no student who 
has already held a Senior Scholarship in any Faculty can 
again become a candidate for a Senior Scholarship in the 
same Faculty. Candidates must have preyiously entered 
their names for at least one class at College. 

Senior ScHoiiARS are required to assist the Professors 
in the Matriculation and Class Examinations, and in con- 
ducting the business of the special departments of litera- 
ture and science to which their Scholarships severally 
belong, under such regulations as the CouncU shall pre- 
flcribe; they must attend a class at College, and pursue, 
under the superintendence of a Professor, an advanced 
course of study in one or more of the branches in which 
they have been Examined for Scholarship. 

Senior Scholarships. 

Of the Eight Senior Scholarships one is awarded for 
proficiency in 'each of the following departments : — 

1. The Greek and Latin Langpiages, and Ancient History* 

2. The Modem Languages and Modem History. 

3. Mathematics. 

4. Natural Philosophy. 

6. Metaphysical and Economical Sciences. 
0. Chemistry. 

7. Natural Histoiy. 

8. Law. 



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288 QUXXII'S COLUBOXy BXI.FA8T. 

SCHOLARSHIP EXAMINATIONS. 

(For times of Examination, see p. 3022.) 

Literary Scholarships of the First Year. 
SvJbjects of Examination. 

the greek liASGUAGE* 

Homeroa— Iliaa, Books III. IV. V. VI. 
Euripides. — ^lon. 

Xenophon. — ^Anabasis, Books L II. m. IV. 
Lucianus. — Walker's Selections. 

A passage in easy prose firom some other work than 
those specified above may likewise be set for translation, 
and a brief exercise in prose composition maybe prescribed. 

the LATIN LANGUAGE. 

Horace. — ^Odes. 

Virgil ^Books I ^VI. 

Cicero. — ^Laelius. 
Livy— I— HL 

Boman History. — The Student's History of Borne is re- 
commended. 
Latin Prose Composition. 

One passage may be set not included in the prescribed 
coarse. An optional Latin verse paper will be set. The 
Examination will be in part oral. 

In 1876 the Satires and Epistles will be substituted for 
the Odes of Horace, and the Cato Major for the Laelius 
of Cicero. 

HISTORY AND THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE. 

History of England, from 1066-1509. 

„ France, during the same period. 
English Composition. 

Literary Scholarships of the Second Year, 

THE greek language. 

Homerus.— Bias, Books VII. VIIL IX. 
Platon. — ^Phaedon. 
Xenophon. — Cyropaodeia, Book L 
Euripides, Helene. 

Also an unprepared passage in Prose or Verse, and 
Composition in Prose or Verse. 



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SCHOI.A&SHIP XXAMXNATIOHS. 289 

THE IiATnr I^AHOUAQX, 

Cicero. — ^Ad Atticum, L n.» De Imperio Cn» PompeiL 
Livy.— Books XXIL XXin. 
Juvenal.— I. m. VII. VIII. X. XHI. XIV. 
Martial— The extracts from Books V.-VIEL in Palej^s 

Edition. 
Latin Composition in Prose and Verse. 

Passages may be set not inoladed in the prescribed course. 

The English Lanouaob, 

As taught in Dr. Latham's Handbook. 

English Literature — Shakespere-— Julius Caesar. Pope- 
Essay on Man, Macaula/s Essays on Lord Clive and 
on Warren Hastings. 

English Composition in writing Essays. 

modsbn languages. 

Fbench — 

Meissner — ^Palaestra Gallica, ss. 1-1 2, and 18-35. 
Mme. de Witt — Derriere les Haies. 
Boileau, Satires. 

Translation from English into French. 

German — 

Kohlrausch. — ^Kurze Deutsche Geschichte, pp. I-lOOl 
Schiller. — Die Jungfrau von Orleans. 

Translation from English into German, 



Science Scholabships of the Fibbt Yeak. 

SvbjecU of Examination. 

Eudid.— Books L IT. HL IV. and VL; with the defini- 
tions of the Fifth Book. 

Greometrical exercises. 

Arithmetic — ^The same as for Matriculation. (Seep, 
281.) ^ ^ 

Algebra. — ^The portions required for Matriculation (tee 
p. 281), together with 
Pxtx>f8 of the Rules for finding the greatest Common 
Measure and least Common Multiple. 



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290 QXnBXH's COI.LEOE, BELFAST. 

ExplanatioD of the meaning of Negative and Frac- 
tional Indices. 

The solution of Quadratic Equations. 

Simultaneous Equations in two or more variables. 

Easy problems producing such Equations. 

The Binomial Theorem for positive integral expo- 
nents. 

Algebraical theory of Proportion. 

Proof that quantities which satisfy the Algebraical 
definition also satisfy the Greometrical definition. 

Arithmetical and Geometrical Progression. 

Definition of a Logarithm, and description of a table 
of Logarithms. 

Proof of the Rules for performing Multiplication, 
Division, Involution, and Evolution, by Loga- 
rithms. 

Proof of the rule for finding the characteristic of the 
Logarithm of a number either greater or less than 
unity. 

Easy questions arising immediately out of the pre- 
ceding. 
Trigonometry. — ^Explanation of the method of representing 
numerically the magnitude of lines and angles. 

Explanation of a circular measure of an angle. 

Definitions of the Trigonometrical ratios. 

Relations of the Trigonometrical ratios to one another. 

FormulsQ for finding the sine, cosine, and tangent of 
the sum or difference of two angles. 

Description of Logarithmic tables of sines, cosines, 

&C. 

Relations among the sides and angles of a triangle. 
The solutions of triangles. 

Easy questions arising immediately out of the pre- 
ceding. 



SciEirOB SCHOLABSHIPS OF THE SeCOND TeAB. 

Eadid.~BookB L-IY. with VL, and portions of Books 
XI.andXIL 

Algebra. 

Plime Trigonometry. 



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SCBOUOISBIP EXAMINATIONS. 291 

Conic Sections. — The principal properties proved Greome- 
tricallj. 

Plane Co-ordinate Greometry, the Elements of. 

The Differential Calculus, so far as to include the Differ- 
entiation of functions of one variable. 

The Lectures delivered to the Class in the preceding Ses- 
sion. 

ENGDrEEBING SCHOLARSHIPS OF THE FiBST YsAB. 

(For times of Examination, see p. 303.) 

Subjects of Examination. 

The same as for Science Scholarships of the First Teaiv 
(See pp. 289, 290.) 



Engineeriko Scholabships of THE Seconi) Yeab» 

Mathematics of the Science Scholarships of the Second 

Year. (iS^e^ pp. 290, 291.) 
Experimental Physics. 
Chemistry. 
Geometrical Drawing. 



Ekgineebing Scholabships of the Thibd Yeab, 

Mathematics. — Second Course. 
Natural Philosophy. 

Mineralogy, Geology, and Physical Geography. 
CivU Engineering, Second year lecture and practice 
courses of the Professor of Civil Engineering. 



Seniob Scholabshi^,.xbbable btGbabuatbs 

IN AbTS. 

(For times of Examination, see p. 802.) 

Svhjeets of Examination. 

L For the Scholarship in the Greek and Latin Lan* 
guages and Ancient History. 

o2 



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QUSEN'b COLUEOX, BXLPA8T. 
THX ORBBK ULITOUAOB. 

JEschjlus. — Agamemnon, Choephoroiy and Eomenidea* 
Pindarus. — The Pythian Odes. 
Thucydides. — ^Book III. 
Platon— Politeia, Book IIL 

Original Composition in Greek Prose and Verse. 

Greek History during the Peloponnesian War« 

THE LATIN LANOUAQB. 

Cicero. — ^De OflBciis. 

Cicero — ^Philippic II., Pro Cluentio. 

Tacitus. — Histories. 

Livy. — ^XXI. — ^XXIV., indnsive. 

Lucretius. — Books 1. 11. 

Plautus. — ^Trinumus and Mostellaria. 

Virgi). — .Georgics. 

Composition in Latin Prose and Verse. 

Boman Histoir, from the Foundation of the City to 
the Death or the Emperor Nero. 

IL For the Scholarship in the Modem Languages and 
Modem Qistory. 

FKBNCH. 

Meissner — ^Palaestra Gallica. 

La Chanson de RoUnd. 

Gaston Paris, La Vie de Saint Alexis. 

History of French Literature in the 1 7th and 1 8th centuries 

Comeille. — ^Cinna. 

Racine. — Phedre. 

Voltaire. — M^rope. 

Moli^re. — Le Misanthrope. 

Taine. — Voyage en Italic. 

Ponsard. — ^Agnes de M^ranie. 

Translation ^^m English into French* 

OXBMAH. 

Weber and Vilmar. — ^History of Geraiaa Literature fiom 

Lessing to the present day. 
Leasing. — ^Laocoon. 
Goethe. — ^Iphigenie. 
Schiller. — W a^enstein's Lager. 

Translation from English into Grerman. 



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bKMoi: sc.i^L.v:i:}:iir :.\ a mi nations. 293 

ITALIAN. 

Tommaso GrossL — ^Marco Yifioonti. 
Tasso.^— Gerusalemme, I-UI. 

modxbh vistobt. 

The History of England, from 1485 to 1820. 

„ France, from 1589 to 1820. 

English Composition. 

m. For the Scholarship in Mathematics. 

MATHEMATICS. 



rV. For the Scholarship in Natural Philosophy. 

NATURAL PHILOSOPHY. 



y. For the Scholarship in Metaphysical and Economical 
Science. 

METAPHYSICS. 

Locke's Essay concerning Human Understanding. 
Hamilton's Heid, Note A. §§ I.— lY. Note D. § U. 

Note D.**» 
M^Cosh's Intuitions of the Mind, Part II., Part HI. 

Book I. 
Berkeley's Dialogues between Hylas and Fhilonous. 
J. S. MUl's Examination of Sir W. Hamilton's Philosophy, 

Chapters H., X.— XV. 
Mansell's Metaphysics. 

The History of Philosophy from Bacon to Comte, 
and the Lectures on Metaphysics deliyered in 
the preceding Session. 

POLITICAL ECONOMY. 

Adam Smith's Wealth of Nations. 
Goschen's Theory of the Foreign Exchanges. 
J. S. Mill's Principles of Political Economy. 
Leslie's Land Systems. Appendix on the rate of Wages. 
Cobden Club Essays. Second series, 1872. Art. on 
Financial Reform. 
And the Lectures on Political Economy for Students of 
the Faculty of Arts in the preceding Session 



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S94 queer's college, Belfast, 

VL For the Scholarship in Chemistry. 

CHBBUSTRY. 



Candidates will be required to perform qualitative 
analyses, and to show a knowledge of the general 
methods of qualitative analysis and of chemical mani- 
pulation. 

Vn. For the Scholarship in Natural History. 

NATUBAL HI8TOBT. 

Vlil. For the Scholarship limited to Graduates who 
have also obtained the Degree of LL.B. 

LAW. 

Medical Scholabships of the First Yeab. 

(For times of Examination, see p. 303.) 
SvbjecU of Examinatunu 
Days of Examination the same as for the Literary and 
Science Scholarships of the First year. 

For one Scholarship, the Course prescribed for Liter- 
ary Scholars of the First year in the Faculty of 
Arte. {See p. 288.) 
For the other Scholarship, the Course prescribed for 
Science Scholarships of the First year in the Fa- 
culty of Arte. {See p. 289.) 
If at either of these examinations a competent candidate 
should not present himself, the Scholarship assigned to that 
department may be awarded to the other department, if 
there be two duly qualified candidates. 



Medical Scholarships of the Second Year. 

Anatomy and Physiology. 

Chemistry. 

Botany, or Zoology. 

Medical Scholabships of the Thibd Year.. 

Anatomy and Physiology 
Practical Chemistxy* 
Materia Medica. 



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LAW SCHOLARSHIP EXAMtKATIOKS. 295 

Sbhiob (ob Foubth Year) Medical Scholabships. 
For the Sdioknhip in Anatomy and Physiology. 

Anatomy and Physiology. 
tSurgical Anatomy. 

For the Scholarship in Therapentics and Pathology. 
Practice of Medicine, including Medical Pathology. 
Practice of Midwifery. 
Medical Jurisprudence. 

Law Scholarship of the First Yeab. 

Stephen's Commentaries on the Laws of England, YoL L, 
Book n. Part L; or Blackstone's Commentaries, 
Vol. n. (a kUe edition) ; or Williams' Law of Eeal 
Property. 

Austin's Jurisprudence, 3rd Ed., by B. Campbell, Vol L 

Maine's Ancient Law. 



^ Law Scholarship of the Second Year. 

Story's Equity Jurisprudence, VoL L 

Maine's Ancient Law. 

Maine's Lectures on the Early History of Institutions. 

Bandars' Institutes of Justinian. 

The Lectures of the Law Professors for the preceding 

Session, on the Law of Property, and on Jurispru* 

dence. 



Law Scholarship of the Thibj) Yeab, 

Austin's Jurisprudence, 8rd Ed., Vols L, 11. 
Maine's Lectures on the Early History of Institutions. 
Sandars' Institutes of Justinian. 
Addison's Law of Contracts. 
StraVs Equity Jurisprudence. 
The Lectures of the Law Professors far the preceding 
Session, on Equity and on C^yil Law. 



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296 queen's college, Belfast. 

Law Scholabship of the Foubth Yeab. 

XXABOirATION AT THE CLOSE OF LBCTUBE8. 

In Session 1875-6| and following Sessions, the Exami- 
nation will be held at same time with those of First, 
Second, and Third years. 

Subjects. 
Taylor on Evidence. 
Sogden on Powers. 
Jarman on Wills. 

Stephen's Commentaries. Bo ok IV . 
Hallam's Middle Ages, Ch. YIEL, and Constitational 

History. 
Broom's Constitutional Law. 
The Lectures of the Law Professors in the Fourth year, 
and the several subjects of legal study prescribed to 
Students of the Firsts Second^ and Third years. 
It is to be understood that while candidates for Scholar- 
ships are liable to be examined in all the Books and sub- 
jects prescribed, they will not necessarily be so. 



BYE -LAWS. 

1. All Matriculated Students are required to wear a cap 
and gown. 

2. Students in the several Faculties of Arts, Medicine, 
and Law, and in the departments of Civil Engineering, 
are required to attend the Lectures in the Courses pre- 
scribed to them respectively. 

3. No Student will have his name entered on the 
College Register as havins completed his Session, who 
shall have absented himself &om more than one-sixth of 
the Lectures in any of the Courses prescribed, except on 
account of illness or other sufficient cause, to be specially 
considered by the CounciL 

4. In case of absence arising from illness or other un- 
avoidable cause, the Student is to lodge with the Begistrar, 
immediately on re-commencing his attendance, a letter or 
certificate, explaining the cause of his absence, to be laid 
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BYE-LAWS. 297 

5. Students absenting themselves, withoat assigning a 
Batisfactorj cause, from any of the Lectures, will be liable 
to hare their certificates refused by the CounciL 

6. Any Student who appears to a Professor to have 
omitted preparation for the Lecture without due cause, or 
who shall have misconducted himself during the Lecture, 
may, at the discretion of the Professor, be deprived of 
credit for attendance at the Lecture ; such deprivation to 
be expressed by a small circle in the dass book, to be 
posted in the general Roll Book. 

T. A Professor may inflict a fine not exceeding 2s. 6cf., 
on any Student for any breach of discipline in his class 
which he does not consider of sufficient importance to bring 
under the notice of the Council 

8. If any fine upon a Student, imposed or sanctioned 
hj the Council, be liot paid within one fortnight, the name 
of tiie Student shall be erased from the class rolls till the 
fine be paid. 

9. Any Student having any book or written or printed 
paper in his possession when he enters the Hall or Lecture- 
room in which he is to be examined, shall immediately 
deliver the same to the Professor, or shall make himself 
liable, at the discretion of the Council, to the loss of his 
Examination ; and any Student having copied from any 
book or paper, or received aid firom any other Student 
during the Examination, shall lose that Examination, and 
shall also be deprived of any honors or prizes to which he 
would otherwise have been entitied at the Examinations 
then in progress. 

[In regard to this Regulation, it is to be understood that any 
General ClasB EzamiDation held during the Session is to be oon- 
aidered as included among those held at the end of the Session.] 

10. No Student, being under the age of twenty-one 
years, shall be a member of any Society formed for dis- 
cussing party politics, or shall take any active part in any 
pubHc meeting, or sign any public document for like pur- 
poses : any Student violating this Rule shall, for the first 
ofience, be liable to a rustication for a period not exceeding 
•ne year, and, for a second offence, to expulsion. The 
Council may impose a lighter punishment. 

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298 queen's college, Belfast. 

LIBRARY REGULATIONS. 

1. The Library is open on every week-day during tbe 
College Terms, from 10 a.m. tdl 2 f.m., except on Satur- 
daySy when it closes at noon. 

2. The Library is open on Mondays, Wednesdays^ and 
Fridays, from 10 a.m. till 2 p.m., during the Christmaa 
and Easter Recesses and the Long Vacation, except daring 
the month of August, when it is entirely closed. 

3. A Student desiring a book for consultation in the 
Library is to fill up a "Consultation Ticket," and present 
it to the Librarian, and is held responsible for the book 
till he return it to the Librarian^ and receive back hiB 
Consultation Ticket. 

4. A Student desiring to borrow a book from the Li- 
brary, is to fill up a "Loan Ticket," and present it to the 
Librarian, and is held responsible for the Book so borrowed 
till he return it to the Librarian and receive back his Loan 
Ticket. 

5. No Student can have more than two volumes on loao 
from the Library at the same time. 

6. No volume borrowed from the Library is to be re* 
tained longer than fourteen days, under a penalty of Id^ 
for every day beyond that time ; but the borrower, on re* 
turning the book, may renew the loan, if the book has not 
in the meantime been applied for. 

7. Any Student on receiving at any time a notice from 
the Librarian, must return, within twenty-four hours, the 
books belonging to the Library in his possession. 

8. The books marked B in the catalogue may be read 
in Uie Library, but cannot be taken out on loan by 
Students. 

9. Any person losing or injuring a book belonging to 
the Library must replace it by another copy of the same 
edition, an^pf ^qual value, or pay such a sum pf jnoney as 
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LIBBABT BSaUUkTIOKS*. 299 

10. No Student will receive a certificate of attendance 
on any of Uie College lectures, nor will the name of any 
Student be entered at the end of the Session in the College 
Register, until he produce a certificate from the Librarian 
that he has returned all the books he had borrowed from 
the Library. 

11. Any Student desiring to borrow books from the 
Library during the Long Vacation, or after his Class Cer- 
tificates have been signed, must deposit with the Librarian 
the sum of £1, at the leasts or the value of the books, if 
such value exceed that sum. 

12. Students residing at a distance of not less than ten 
miles frx)m the College may, duiing the Long Vacation, 
retain the books they had borrowed for a month, instead 
of fourteen days, as prescribed in Rule 6. 

13. Graduates of the Queen's University, resident in 
Belfast or its neighbourhood, will be allowed to take books 
on loan from the Library on paying a deposit of £2, or of 
the value of the books, if such value exceed that sum. 

14. Gentlemen who have been Matriculated Students of { 
the College, and who propose to resume their connexion | 
with it, may, for one year, be permitted to borrow books ' 
from the Library on the following terms : — ^That they shall i 
pay a fee of 5s, to the College for the use of the Library. ^ 
That they shall lodge a deposit of £2 with the Bursar, or 

the value of the book borrowed, if such value shall exceed 
that sum. That the name of every person so borrowing 
shall be submitted to the Council. 

15. Visitors, on signing the Visitors' Book, are per- i 
mitted to read in the Library, provided they shall conform 

to the regulations of the Council, in reference to the con- 
sultation of books by persons who are not members of tho I 
College. ^ ' 

16. No person shall write or make any mark on any 
part of a book belonging to the Libraiy ; nor, in making 
extracts, shall any one lay the paper on which he writes 
on the book he is using. 



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'900 1iUEEN*S COLLEGE, BELFAST. 

17. It may be safficient merely to suggest, that silence 
is absolutely requisite in a place devoted to the prosecution 
of study. 

THE MUSEUM 
Is open to the Students, during the College Terms, from 
10 A.M. till 3 P.M., on the first five days of the week, and 
fix)m 10 A.M. till 12 noon, on Saturdays. 

THE OBSERVATORY. 
Early in 1851, the Governors of the Armagh Observa- 
tory, with the sanction of Her Majesty, transferred to the 
College the Transit Instrument and Astronomical Clock, 
which were formerly in the Observatory at Kew. The 
latter had been fitted with a Mercurial Pendulum. 

Towards the end of the same year, the Lords of the 
Admiralty, on the recommendation of the Astronomer 
Royal of England, acceded to an application from Professor 
Wilson, for transferring to the College a mural circle, by 
Jones, which had been in use at the Cape of Good Hope, 
and afterwards, for a short time, at the Royal Observatory 
at Greenwich. 

For the reception of these instruments an Observatory 
has been erected on the College grounds, the expense having 
been defrayed by subscription. 

NON-MATRICULATED STUDENTS. 
Persons may attend the Lectures of any of t^e Profes- 
sors without passing the Matriculation or any other Exa- 
mination. They are required to sign an engagement " to 
observe order and discipline in the College," to pay a fee 
of Five Shillings to the Bursar, on behalf of the CoDege, 
each Session, and the fees for the classes proposed to be 
attended. 

During the term of their attendance on College Lectures, 
they are admitted to read in the Library, and, on payment 
of a deposit of £1, are permitted to take out two volumes 
on loan under the same regulations as the Matriculated 
Students. 



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They are not allowed to be candidates for scholarships 
prizes, or honors, or to enjoj the other priyileges of Ma- 
triculated Students. 



Every Student, before he can be examined for Matricu- 
lation, must have paid to the Bursar the amount of fees 
payable by scholars in the course he intends to pursue, as 
set forth in the statutes. If he do not pass the Matricula- 
tion Examination, this will be returned to him* 

All Matriculated Students must have paid to the Bursar 
the amount of fees payable by Scholars in their respective 
courses, before they can be admitted to examination for 
scholarships ; and all students not scholars, Matriculated 
and Non-Matriculated, must pay the whole of the fees 
before their names can be entered on the class rolls. 



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TheEngliBhLmgiMge, .Saturday, Jan. 9, ld-4 

Logic, . . . Saturday, Jan. 80, 0-12 -*« 

Min. Geo. and Phya. Oeog.,. Friday, Feb. 10, 10*1 

Zoology, . • . Saturday, Feb. 20, 10-1 — 

Metaphysica, • . Tneaday, Mar. 28, 0-12 and 2-5 

Englisli Literature, • . Wednesday, Mar. 2i, 0-12 and 2-6 

HiBtoiy, • . • Thursday, Mar. 25, 0-12 

Fraetioal Anatomy, • .Satorday, Apxil 24, 0-12 

Anatomy and Physiology, . Monday, April 26, 0-12 and 3-6 

Prmotice of Medicine, . Tuesday, April 27, 0-12 — 

Materia Medica, . . Tuesday, April 27, 0-12 

Practice of Surgery, . • Tuesday, April 27, 2-6 

Natural Philosophy, . .Tuesday, June 1, 0-12 and 2-6 

Greek, • . . Wednesday, June 2, 0-12 and 2-6 

Latin, . • . Thursday, June 3, 0-12 and 2-6 

Engineering, • . Thursday, June 8, 0-12 and 2-6 

Office Work and Field Work, Wednesday, June 2, 2-6 

Mathematics, . . Friday, June 4, 0-12 and 2-6 

Modem Languages, . . Saturday, June 6, 0-12 and 2-6 

Chemistry, • . • Monday, June 7, 0-12 and 2-6 



General Examination of Students in Law, and also of Students in 
Political Economy, Botany, Practical Chemistry, Midwifeiy, and 
Medical Jnrispradeace, at the dose of the lectures on these 
subjeeta. 



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FEES 

TdbU oj FetB to hepcdd hy Students purmtng anfftifthe 
foUowing Courses : — 





Pint 


SMond 


Thiid 


Fourth 




Year. 


yo«. 


Year. 


Ymt. 




£ «. 


£ a. 


£ «. 


£ u 


Candidate for A.R and M.A., . 


9 10 


7 6 


8 6 


»_ 


If a Scholar, . 


5 


3 16 


4 6 


. 


«CandidateforM.D., . . 








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If a Scholar, . 


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. 


M 


.. 


Candidate fbr Certificate of Law 










Frofesaors, .... 


4 10 


4 5 


. 


. 


If a Scholar, . . 


2 10 


2 5 


- 


. 


Candidate for Diploma of Ele- 










mentary Law, 


4 10 


4 5 


2 6 


- 


IfaSchohir, . 


2 10 


2 6 


I 5 




Candidate for LL.B. and LL.D., 


13 10 


11 5 


10 6 


. 


If an Arts Scholar, 


9 


7 16 


6 5 


^ 


If a Law Scholar, . 


n 10 


9 6 


9 6 


. 


Candidate for Degree in Civil 










Engineering, 


10 10 


JO 6 


6 6 


-. 


5 10 


6 6 


3 5 


— 



Matriculated Students caa attend any dasses in addition 
to those prescribed in the course they are pursuing, on pay** 
ment of the &es set down in the Table on the ot£er side. 

* These fees are calculated according to the dasaes attended.— 
iSee next page* 



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Table of Fees payahU hy Students attending dosses. Each 
re^tUendance an the same Ctnirse half fee, except as noted 
•n second column. 









£ 


s. 


d.' 


'£ 


s. 


d. 


Greek, 






2 














Latin, 






2 














English, 






1 








1 








French, 






2 














German, 






2 














History, . . , 
English Literature, . 






2 


















2 














I^gic, * . 






1 








I 








Metaphysics, 
Political Economy, . 






2 


















2 














Mathematics, 






2 














Natural Philosophy, . 






2 














Natural History, 






2 














Mineralogy, Geology, and 


Physicia 


Geol 














graphy, 




, 


2 














Geometrical Drawing, Office and Field Work, 


2 














Engineering, 






2 














Experimental Physics, 
Natural Philosophy applied. 






2 


















2 














The Law of Property, 






2 














Jurisprudence, 






2 














Equity and Bankruptcy, 
CiTil Law, . 






2 
2 
















Common and Criminal Law, 






2 














Law of Evidence and Pieadin 


jr> 




2 














Constitutional, Colonial. an< 


1 International 














Law, 






2 














Medical Jurisprudence, 






2 














Chemistry, . 






2 














Practical Chemistry, 






3 








3 








Anatomy and Physiology, , 
Practicdl Anatomy, . 






3 
3 










2 
3 










Materia Medica. 






2 














Practice of Medidne, 






2 














Practice of Surgery, . 






2 














Midwifery, . 






2 














Botany, • 






2 















In addition to the above fees, each Non-Matricalated 
fitadent pays, each Session, five shillings to the CoUege. 



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COLLEGE LECyrUBES. 

Literary Division of thb Facultt of Arts. 

Tbs Gbsxk Languaos. 
1850. — Charles MacDouali., ll.d., MJt.A.8. 

For Students of the First Year, the Greek Class meets 
at 12, A.M., on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, during 
the College Terms. 

The subjects of lectures for the Session are—. 

Bias. — ^Book IX. 

Euripides. — Helene. 

Xenophon. — Cyropsdeia, portions of Book L 

For Students of the Second Year, the Greek Class meets 
at 1, F.H., on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, during 
the College Terms. 

The subjects of lectures for the Session are— 

Odysseia Book XXIY. 

Euripides — Alcestis. 

Heroidotus. — ^Portions of Book III. 

Xenophon. — Portions of his Works. 

A Third or Higher Class for advanced Students meets 
at 2, F.H., (this Session,) on Mondays, Wednesdays and 
Fridays. Special attention is given to Composition in 
Frose and Verse. The authors read and commented on^ 
during the present Session, are Sophocles, Thucydides, 
and Platon. 

The Sanskrit and Hindustani Classes, conducted by the 
Professor of Greek during six Sessions, are discontinued^ 



The Latin Laeouaoe. 
1864. — ^William Nesbitt, m.a. 

For Students of the First Year, the Latin Class meets 
during this Session at 11, A.M., on Mondays, Wednesdays^ 
and Fridays. 

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lectures at the same boon <m Taeadajs and ThundaTSy 
attendance on wfaich is opti<MiaL 

The books read during the Session in the compolsoiy 
class, will be — 

JAwj.—Bock XXL 
Cicero. — ^In Catilinam, L — ^IV. 
„ — Lielins. 
In the optional dass the books will be — 
VirgiL — Georgics L IT. 
Terence. — Andria. 
Cicero. — ^Ad Atticnm I. 
For Students of the Second Year, the Latin Class meets 
at 12, noon, on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. 

Besides these lectures, there are optional lectures at the 
same honr, on Tuesdays and Thursdays. 

The boMDks read during the Session in the foimer 
dass, will be — 

Cicero. — ^Ad Familiares, I-III. 
JuvenaL 
In the optional class the books used trill be — 
Tacitus. — Annals, I. 
Horace. — ^Epistles. 
VirgU.— Georgics IH. IV. 
For Students of the Third and higher years, an Honor 
Class in Latin has been formed, which meets during this 
Session on three days of the week, at 1 o'clock, t»u. 
The books read in this class will be — 
Cicero. — ^Pro Plancio. 
Plautus. — ^Trinummus. 
Tacitus. — Annals, I.-VI. 
And (if time admits) other portions of the Honor Course. 
Special attention will be paid in this and in the optional 
classes for First and Second Year Students to Latin Com- 
position. 

Mr. Yonge's Latin Dictionary, Dr. Smith's Latin Griam- 
mar, and Professor Bamsay's Boman Antiquities, are re- 
commended to Students ; and they are adyised to furnish 
themselves with copies of the authors read in the editions 
of Teabner {Bibiiotheea Teubneriana)j the text of whkh 
editions is adopted as the standard for Lectures and Eza** 
minations in the College, and, generally speaking, in Ike 
University alsa 



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HiSTOBY AND EnGUSH LiTEBATUBX. 

1866.^-Chables Duke Tonge, a.m., Ozon. 

I. — The English Langvage. 

This Class, ^Mch is attended bj students in Arts of 
the First year, meets at 2 o'clock, on Mondajs, Taesdajs, 
Wednesdays, and Fridays, during the First Term of the 
Session. 

The business of this class is conducted by lectui^s and 
vivd voce Examinations, by Critical Readings, and by 
Written Exercises. 

II. — English Literature, 

This class, which is attended by Students in Arts of the 
Third year, meets at 11 o'clock, a.m., on Mondays, Wed- 
nesdays, and Fridays, during the First and Second Terms 
of the Session. The subjects of lecture are those works 
which are appointed for the Univerdity Examinations, 
with the addition of selections from the works of the 
most eminent writers in the language. 

UL.— History. 

This Class meets at 12, noon, on Mondays, WednesdaySi 
and Fridays, during the First and Second Terms of the 
Session. The subjects of the lectures are the History of 
England since the Conquest, and such portions of the 
Histoiy of Foreign Countries as are selected as the sub- 
jects of the University Examination for the ensuing year. 



MoDEBN Languages. 
1865. — ^A. L. Meissneb, ph.d. 

I. — The French Language. 

This class meets Mondays, Wednesdays, and ThnrsdaySi 
at 9) A.M., for Students of the first year, and at 10, a*m., for 
Students of the second year, during the College Session. 



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The business of the class is conducted bj LectDres, and 
Translations from French into English, and vice versd ; 
by vivd voce Examinations, Critical Readings, and bj 
Written Exercises. The subjects of lectures are the His- 
tory of French Literature, and the difficulties and idioms 
• of the French Language. 

n. — The German Language. 

This dass meets Tuesdays and Fridays, at 9, a.m., 
for Students of the first year, and at 10, a.m., for Students 
of the second year, during the College Session. 

The business of this class is conducted by Lectures, 
Translations from German into English, and vice versd, 
by Oral Examinations, Critical Readings, and Written 
Exercises. The subjects of lectures are the Histoir of 
German Literature, the difficulties and peculiarities of the 
German Language. 

Should the above classes consist of several divisions, the 
hours may be modified. 

in. — Honor Class. 

The course of instruction in this dass comprises a por- 
tion of Continental Literary History, the elements of the 
Comparative Grammar of the Romance Languages, and 
practice in Composition. 

Students may select any two languages, or attend the 
lectures on all tbree. Students unable to follow the Honor 
Course in more than one language may be permitted to 
attend one of the lower courses in any other. 

Science Division of the Faculty of Abts. 
Mathematics. 
1863.— John Pubseb, m.a. 

I First Tear StudenU 

In Arts and Engineering meet at 10, a.m., on Mondays, 
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays, during 
the College Terms. 

The subjects of lecture are — ^Eudid, Books L 11. m. 
IV. VI., with portions of XL XIL, Algebra, Plane Trigo- 
nometry, and tibie principal properties of the Conic Sections 
treated Geometrically. 



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n. — Second Tear Students 
In Arte and Engineering meet at 9, a.m., on Mondays, 
Taesdajs, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays, during 
the GoUege Terms. 

The subjects of lectures are, the Theory of Equations, 
the Principles of Plane Co-ordinate Geometry; the Differ- 
ential and Integral Calculus, with its application to Plane 
Geometry, Newton's Principia, Book L Sections I. IL HE., 
and the solution of the simpler kinds of Differential Equa- 
tions. 

III.— Honor Class. 

An Honor Class is held for Students of the Third Year, 
and for those of higher standing. The course of instruc- 
tion comprises the higher Algebra, Geometry of three 
dimensions, and Differential Equations, and (for advanced 
Students), the Calculus of Variations, the Calculus of 
Operations, and the Calculus of Finite Differences. 



NATmnAi. Philosopht. 

1867.— Joseph David Everett, m.a., d.cl. 

I. — Experimental Physics. 

This class meets at 1 1, a.m., on Mondays, Wednesdays., 
and Fridays. These lectures consist of familiar explana- 
tions of the leading principles of Physical Science, re- 
quiring little aid from Mathematics, but fully illustrated 
by experiments. 

II. — Mathematical Physics. 
This class meets at 1 1, a.m., on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 
during the three College Terms. The business of the dass 
consists of rigid demonstration, as far as can be given by 
the aid of Euclid, Algebra, and elementary Trigonometry, 
of the principles of Mechanics, Hydrostatics, Pneumatics, 
Geometrical Optics, and elementary Astronomy, and of the 
application of these principles to the solution of problems. 

IIL — Natural Philosophy^ Applied. 

This class, vrhich is intended for Engineering Students 
in their third year, meets at 1, p.m., on Tuesdays and 
Thursdays, during the three College Terms. The sub- 



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jects of study consist chiefly of applications of the principles 
of Mechanics to Architectural and Engineering pnrposes. 

rV. — Honor Class. 
This class meets usoally at 10 a.m. on three days weekly 
daring the three College Terms. The principal subjects 
of study are the higher portions of Statics and Dynanlics^ 
requiring the aid of Analytical Geometry and the Integral 
Calculus. 

^* Non-Matriculated Students are admitted to Classes L and 
n. on the payment of one fee. 

Chemistry. 
1849. — Thomas Andbews, m.d., llj>. 

I. — Ghemistry, 
The lectures are delivered at 3, p.m., on the first five 
days of each week during the College Session. The 
course embraced, in addition to Chemistry Proper, the 
subjects of Heat, Electricity, and Electro-Magnetism, toge- 
ther with their more important applications to the Arts. 

n. — Practical Chemistry. 

In this course the students are instructed in the general 
methods of conducting Chemical Analyses, with special 
reference to the examination of the animal secretions and 
of medicinal substances. 

lEL — Laboratory Pupils. 

The Chemical Laboratory is open during the College 
Session, on the first five days in each week, from 9, A.M., 
till 3, F.M., and on Saturday from 9, a.m., till noon. The 
course of instruction is under the direction of the Pro- 
fessor of Chemistry and of the Chemical Assistant, Dr. T. 
W. Charles. 

A limited number of matriculated studcints attending 
the Chemical Lectures are admitted free of charge as 
working pupils into the Laboratory. For the purpose of 
selecting these students, a special examination is held soon 
after the commencement of the session. The successful 
competitors are required to devote a fixed amount of time 
every week to Practical Chemistry, and also to provide 
themselves with re-agents, and a small stock of apparatus* 



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Students are also admitted, as working pupils, on pay* 
ment of a fee of £10 for the College Session. They must 
also provide themselves with fragile apparatus, and with 
solutions of the salts of platinum and silver. 



Natural Histort. 

RoBKBT O. Cunningham, m.d. 

I. — Zoology. 

This class meets at 1, p.m., on Mondays, Tuesdays^ 
Wednesdays, and Fridays. 

The course terminates . on the last day of February^ 
and includes a survey of the Comparative Anatomy and 
Physiology, the classiBcation and Geographical distribu- 
tion of the recent and extinct forms of Animal life 

The text-books recommended for this course are, Nichol- 
son's '^ Manual of Zoology," and Huxley's '' Introduction 
to the Classification of ^imals." 

Senior and Honor Students are recommended to study, 
in addition, Huxley's " Manual of Anatomy of Vertebrated 
Animab,"and the first part of Rolieston's *' Forms of Ani- 
mal Life." 

n. — Botany. 

This class commences on the 1st of May. It meets on 
Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays, 
at 1 ly A.M. 

The course includes the Anatomy, Physiology, Classi- 
fication, and Geographical Distribution of Plants. 

In addition to the lectures, excursions are made on 
Saturdays into the neighbouring country, for the purpose 
of practical instruction in Botany. 

The text-books recommended are Oliver's ^' Lessons in 
Elementary Botany," and the last edition of Henfrey's 
<< Botany," by Masters, with the addition of Hooker^s 
*« Student's Flora of the British Isles," for field work. 

Senior Students will derive benefit from consultation of 
^'Decaisneand Le Maout's Traite Generale de Botanique." 

III. — Otology^ Mineralogyy and Phyncal Oeography, 
This class meets on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fri- 
days, firom the beginning of the first term till the end of 
Febmarr. 

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The course includes — 

1st. Lectures on the Elements of Mineralogy, with re- 
ference chiefly to the Minerals which enter largely into 
the composition of rocks, and those which possess the 
greatest economic importance. 

2nd. Lectures on Geology and Paleontology. 

3rd. Lectures on Physical Geography. 

The text-books recommended are Lyell's ''Students 
Elements of Geology," Jukes' ** Manual of Geology,'* 
Nichol's " Manual of Mineralogy," and Young's ''Physical 
Geography." 



Logic and Mbtafhtsics. 
1868. — John Park, mjl. 

I. — Logic, 

This class meets at 2, p.m., on Tuesdays, Wednesda3r8, 
Thursdays, and Fridays, during the First and part of 
the Second Term of the Session. 

The business of the class is conducted by lectures on — 
Logic, or the science of the conditions on which depend 
valid inferences and the correct expression of evidence, 
containing under it Formal Logic (the theory of sym- 
bolical proof), and Material Logic ; by examinations on 
the lectures, and on FowWs " Elements of Deductive 
Logic," and Fowler's "Elements of Liductive Logic,*' 
and by the criticism of essays on logical subjects, of which 
four in the Session are required from each Student. 

Students should read Morell's "Handbook of Logic," 
and Bacon's " Novum Organum," Book L, before entering 
the class. 

II. — Ifetaphyncs. 

This class meets at noon, on Tuesdays, Wednesdays^ 
Thursdays, and Fridays, during the First and Second 
Terms of the Session. 

The business of this class is conducted by lectures on 
—Psychology, or the science which investigates the 
phenomena of the human mind and their conditions; 
and, Metaphysics Proper, or the science which invest!- 



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gates the nature of Truth, of Reality, and of Being; by 
examinations on the lectures, on ManseFs *< Metaphysics," 
and on Dr. Stirling's translation of Schwegler's " Handbook 
of the History of Philosophy " ; and by the criticism of 
essays on metaphysical subjects. 

III. — Higher Logic. 
This class meets three hours each week during the 
First and Second Terms of the Session, and is conducted 
by lectures and a course of reading and examinations. 
Especial attention is paid to the subjects contained in the 
Degree Honor Courses of the ensuing year. 

Civil Engiheerino 
1873. — George Fuller, c.e. 

I. — ^FiRST Year Students. 

Geometrical Drawing and Office Work, — Students 
of the First Year attend this Course on Tuesdays and 
Thursdays, for two hours each day. The business com- 
prises lectures and practical lessons in descriptive geo- 
metry, orthographic and isometric projection, and linear 
perspective ; and practice in engineering and architectu- 
ral drawing. 

Text Books, — Hall's Descriptive Geometry ; Heather's 
Descriptive Geometry ; Engineer and Machinist's Draw- 
ing Book. 

n. — Second Year Students. 

Civil Engineering, — ^This course comprises surveying, 
levelling, and plotting, with the theory and use of the 
instruments required in surveying and levelling opera- 
tions ; mensuration of earthworks for railways : setting 
out works, including ranging of railway curves, setting 
out breadths of land, and ranging and setting out tunnels, 
&c The course also comprises usually some of the fol- 
lowing subjects: — Revision and farther prosecution of 
descriptive geometry and perspective, and other objects 
of geometrical drawing ; designing and drawing oblique 
bridges ; properties and qualities of materials used in con- 
struction, and modes of procuring them ; and an introduc- 
tion to architecture as a fine art. 



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Office Work and Field Work — ^The Students of Uie 
Second Year also attend a course of practice in office 
work and field work, including surveying, levelling, and 
setting out, drawing, mapping, and computation of areas 
of lands, and other engineering calculations. Excursions 
are also made occasionally to visit engineering works. 

nL — ^Thibd Year Studbhts. 

Civil and Mechanical Engineering. — This Course 
comprises the farther treatment of some of the subjects 
proposed to be entered on in the Second Year ; and the 
following subjects, or most of them : — Foundations, coffer- 
dams, bridges, tunnels, roads, and railways ; specifications 
for engineering contracts; water works for supplying 
towns ; science of the flow of water in orifices, pipes, and 
canals; drainage of fens by gravitation and by steam 
power, and other mechanical means; harbours; regu- 
lation and improvement of rivers ; science of the strength 
of materials and structures ; ventilation of dwelling-houses^ 
public buildings, and mines ; the iron manufacture ; pro- 
cesses and mechanisms used in foundries and engineering 
workshops. 

OffiAie Work, Field Work^ and Engineering Excur- 
sions, — ^The Students of the Third Year also attend a 
course of practice in office work and field work ; and engi- 
neering excursions are arranged occasionally in conjunction 
with this course. 

Text Books for Second and Third Fear*.— The fol- 
lowing text books, besides others, are used in the engineer- 
ing courses of the Second and Third Years: — Butler 
William's Practical Geodesy; Heather on Mathematical 
Instruments; Simms on Mathematical Instruments ; Bur- 
nell on Limes, Cements, and Mortars; Dobson on Founda- 
tions and Concrete Works ; Sir J. Burgoyne on Blasting 
and Quarrying; Rankine's Civil Engineering; Oxford 
Glossary of ^chitecture ; Rickman's Gothic Architec- 
ture; Buck on Oblique Bridges; Simms on Practical 
Tunnelling ; Dempsey's Practical Railway Engineer ; 
Cotton's Manual of Railway Engineering in Ireland; 
Tredgold and Hodgkinson on Strength of Cast Iron and 
other Metals. 



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COLUSOE UBCTUBSS. 319 

IY,.^PBciAL G0UB8E8 ov Drawino akb of Sus- 

YBTINO AND MAPPING. 

The Professor of Civil Engineering arranges special 
courses of instruction and practice in Mechanical and 
Architectural Drawing, including Perspective; and in 
Surveying and Mapping, to meet the wants of Students 
other than those taking the regular Engineering Courses. 
Fee for Drawing, £2 ; for Surveying and Mapping, £2. 

Students engaged in field operations, requiring the use of instru- 
ments belonging to the College, must pay a deposit of £1. A de- 
posit of 5s. for a key of a drawer is also required. 

Agriculture. 
1849. — John Frederick Hodges, m.d., f.c.s. 

Theory and Practice of Agriculture* 
There are no lectures in this Department* 



Medical Jurisfrudsnce. 

John F. Hodges, h.d., f.cs. 

The lectures in this course are delivered twice weekly 

on Wednesdays, at 3, p.m., and on Fridays, at 1, f.m. 

Frequent examinations are held ; and the pupils are exer« 

cised in the examination of poisons, &c« 



Faculty of Medicinb. 

Anatomy and Physiology. 

I860. — ^Peter Redfern, m.d. Lond., f.r.c.s.l. 

The lectures are giyen at 2, f.m^ on the first five days 
of the week, and include the descriptive and structund 
Anatomy and the Physiology of the various organs of the 
human body, illustrated by comparative and morbid ana- 
tomy, by numerous specimens from the museum of this de- 
partment, by drawings, and by microscopical preparations. 

This class meets at 4, p.m., on Fridays for examination 
on the subjects comprised in the course. 

The Practical Anatomy includes the Anatomical 
Demonstrations, given by the Demonstrator, Dr. J. J. 
Charles, at 12, noon, on the first five days of the week> 



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and the Dissections carried on dailj under the superin- 
tendence of the Professor of Anatomy and PhTsiologj, and 
the Demonstrator of Anatomy. 



Theory and P&agtice of MEDicnnE. . 

1866. — James Cuming, m.a., m.d. 

The lectures are given at 4, p.m., on the first four days 
of the week. The Pathological department is amply illus- 
trated by preparations, drawings, plates, and microscopical 
preparations. Oral examinations of the class are held 
firequently. 

The Practice of Surgert. 

1849. — ^AusxANDER Gordon, m.d. 

The lectures on Surgery are at 1, f.m., on Mondays, 
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, with oral exami- 
nations, and are illustrated by a great variety of drawings, 
diagrams, morbid preparations, and surgicisd apparatus. 
The course also embraces practical instruction in operative 
Surgery. In addition the Professor will deliver a Course 
of Lectures on operative Surgery, in which the student 
operates under his superintendence. 



Materia Medica. 

1857.— James Seaton Reid, m.d. 

The lectures on Materia Medica, which include General 
Therapeutics and Dietetics, are delivered four days in the 
week, viz.: on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and 
Thursdays, at 4, f.m. The Museum of this department 
is most extensive, and has been enlarged by a grant of 
specimens from the Apothecaries' Hall, Dublin. 

Midwifert* 
1868.— R. F. Dill, m.d. 

Class meets at 3, p.m., on Mondays, Tuesdays, and 
Thursdays. The lectures include anatomy of the pelvis, 
physiology of conception, signs of pregnancy, the growth 
of fcetus, the management of labour, puerporal dis^tses of 
women, and treatment of children. 



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COLLEGE I£CTUBES. S2i 

The explanation of these subjects is aided by diagrams, 
drawings, and preparations, and the student is taught the 
<]se of midwifery instruments on models. 

The Lying-in Hospital in Belfast is open to students. 



Faculty of Law. 



English Law. 

1849. — ^ECHLIN MoLTlfEUX, Q.C. 

For Law Students of the First Year. — ^The lectures on 
the Law of Property and Principles of Conveyancing take 
place on the evenings of Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, 
at 6, P.M. Twenty-four lectures are given in each Session. 

For Law Students of the Second Year, — ^The lectures 
in Equity and Bankruptcy take place on the evenings of 
Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 7, p.m. Twenty- 
four lectures are given in each Session. 

For Law Students of the Third Fear^— The lectures 
in Common and Criminal Law take place on Tuesdays, 
Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 11, a.h. Twenty-four lec- 
tures are given in each Session. 

For Law Students of the Fourth Year. — ^The lectures 
in the Law of Evidence and Pleading on Tuesdays, Thurs- 
days, and Saturdays, at 10, a.m. Twenty-four lectures 
are given in each Session. 

All the lectures of Professor Molyneux are given be- 
tween the 1st of December and the Christmas Hecess, and 
in the months of February and March. 

The Books recommended for preliminary study are as 
follow : — 

Law of Property. — Stephen's Commentaries on the 
Laws of England, Books IL and HL 

Equity.— Stor/s Equity Jurisprudence. 

Common Law. — Stephen's Conunentaries, Book VL 

Law of Evidence and. Pleading. — ^Taylor on Evidence. 

JUIUSFBUDBIIGE AND POLITIGAL EcOlTOMT. 

1853. — ^T. E. Cliffb Leslie, ll.b. 

For Law Students of the First Year. — ^The lectures on 
Jurisprudence take place on Mondays, Wednesdays, and 
Fridays, at 7, p.ic Twenty-four lectures in each Session. 

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Far Law Students of the Second Year. — The lectare» 
on Giyil Law take place on Mondays, Wednesdays, and 
Fridays, at 8, p.m. ^Twenty-four lectures in each Session* 

For Students in the Arts Classes of the Third Year 

The lectures on Political Economy t£^e place at 2, p.m., 
on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays. 

For Law Students of the Fourth Year. — ^The lectures 
on Constitutional, Colonial, and International Law as may 
be arranged. 

All the lectures of Professor Leslie are« given in the 
months of December, February, and March. 



Reoulatiovs fob Honor Classes. 

1. That in every class of Arts of the second and third 
years, which qualifies for the University, the Professor 
shall lecture at least three hours a-week. 

2. That while Honor Classes may be substituted for one 
or two ordinary classes prescribed for the third year in 
Arts, they shall not be substituted for any other class in 
any faculty or department. 

3. That if a course of Honor Lectures be delivered on 
any of the subjects prescribed by the University for the 
third year, attendance on such Honor Course may not be 
reckoned along with attendance on the ordinary course on 
the same subject, as two distinct classes. 

4. That attendance on two Honor Classes given in the 
subjects taught by one Professor shall not count as two 
qualifying courses. 



College Coubse for Stubekts ixtended fob 
Commercial, Manufactubinq ob Mech^vical 
Pursuits. 

First Yean 
Geometrical Drawing. 

And any three of the following : — 

Mathematics. 

Chemistry. 

Experimental Fhyiiet, or Natural Philosophy 

A Modem Language. 



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COLLKOX UBCTUBX8. 8S8 

Second Tear. 

An J three of the following : — 

Snrrejing and Leyelling. 
Geology and Mineralogy. 
Practical Chemistry. 
Mechanical Laboratory. 
Engineering. 
Applied Mechanics. 
Second's ear Mathematics. 
Mathematical Physics. 

A Certificate Complete to be given for the First Tear ; 
another for the Entire Course, if the Second Year is also 
taken. 



SPECIAL PRIZE EXAMINATION. 

A Special College Prize (or Prizes, if the answering be such 
as to merit them) is granted annually, when funds permit, by 
the Council for the encouragement of superior attainments 
among the advanced students of the College. 

The prizes are op^ for competition to idl Matriculated Stu- 
dents who have preyiously attended classes, either as Matricu- 
lated or Non-Matriculated Students, in any of the Queen's 
Colleges during at least three years, and shall during the Session 
be in attendance in Belfast College, on any class which extends 
through at least two terms. 

Candidates are allowed to present themselTes for examination 
in any of the subjects enumerated hdaw in which they consider 
themselyes qualified. 

The value of full answering in all the questions proposed in 
any subject shall be according to the numbers in the annexed 
list 

No credit will be given for answering in a subject, unless the 
candidate shall be entitled to at least one-fifth of the marks in 
that subject. 

The examiners shall report the result of the examination to 
the Councdf and no prize shall be awarded unless it appear from 
such report that the answering has been of so high an order at 
to entitle the Candidate to a Special College Fnxa on the groun^ 
of absolute merit. 



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QUESN's college, BELFAST. 



SUBJECTS AND MAEKS AS AMUROED FOB THIS SBflSIOll. 

Lttentore, 1225 Marki ; Science, 1225 Marlu. 



Engliflh Literatare, 125 

Modern History, . 175 

Ghreek I^uig. Lit. end HifL 225 
225 
. 125 
. 125 
150 
75 



Roman 
(German or Italian, 
French, . 
Sanskrit, 
Hindustani, . 



1225 



Mathematics, . 

Natural Philocophy, 

Chemistry, 

Botany and Zoology, 

Geology, 

Logic, 

Metaphysics, • 

Jorisp. and Pol. £con.< 



300 
175 
150 
150 
100 
75 
150 
125 



SULLIVAN SCHOLARSHIPS. 

Two Scholarships for Teachers of National Schools for at 
least two years, and one for a Student of the Royal Belfast 
Academical Institution, have been founded under the late Dr. 
Sullivan's will. Candidates are examined in the subjects for 
first year Literary and Science Scholarships. 



ROYAL ACADEMICAL INSTITUTION. 

Two Exhibitions, of £5 each, are conferred annuaUy upon 
Students from this Institution who have taken the highest places 
in the Literary and Science Divisions, at the Examination for 
Scholarships of the First Year. 



SIR ROBERT PEEL'S FOND. 
For the several valuable Exhibitions in Arts, Medicine, and 
Engineering conferred at the First University and at the Degree 
Examination, — for the Prizes in Composition to Graduates and 
Undergraduates in Arts and Medicine, — and for Prizes in 
English Prose Composition, and in Greometry, at Entrance, see 
page 80. 

CHARTERS EXHIBITIONS. 
An Exhibition of £15, and two of £10 each in the Literarr 
Division, and idso an Exhibition of £16, and two of £10 each 
in the Science Division of the Faculty of Arts, to be conferred 
mt the Scholarship Examination, and an Exhibition of £50 in 
connexion with the School of Medicine. 



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PORTER SCHOLARSHIPS. 

A Scholarship, to be called the Porter Schdarship, value 
.£50, and tenable for two years, will be awarded annually. 
Competitors to be Students of two years' standing in Arts, 
and not more. Examination in the subjects taught in the second 
year in Arts. 



DUNVILLE STUDENTSHIPS. 

Two Studentships have been founded by William Dunville, 
Esq., each tenable for two years, and of the value of £45 for the 
first year and £100 for the second. Open to Students of three 
or more years* standing, one to be competed for in each year. 



For further information respecting these Examinations, consult 
Beliast Queen^s College Calendar, or apply^to the Be^^ar. 



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QUEEN'S GOLLEQE, COSE. 

FOUNDBD, DBCB1CBBBM,184S. 



Visitors. 



His Once the Duke of Leinster. 

His Grace the Archhishop of Dublin. 

The Bight Honorable the Chief Secretary for IrelancL 

The Right Bererend the Lord Bishop of Eillaloe. 

The Bight Honorable the Master of the Bolls. 

The Bight Honorable Mr. Justice Fitzgerald. 

The Moderator of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian 

Church in Ireland. 
The President of the King's and Queen*8 College of Physidani. 
The President of the Boyal College of Surgeons. 



Prendent—WiUiAm K. Sulliyan, Fh.D., M.B.I.A. 
Viee-^President^-J ohn Byall, ll.d. 



Council. 



The President. 
The Vice-President. 
Maxwell Simpson 
William K. Tanner. 



Alexander Jack. 
Charles Niren. 
Joshua B. Harrey. 
George F. Armstrong. 



Pboixssobs. 

The Greek Language, . John Byall, ll.d. 

The Latin Language, . . Bunnell Lewis, m.a. 
History and English Litemture, George F. Armstrong,>.iL. 
Modem Languages, • Baymond de Vericour,* m.a. 

Logic and Metaphysics, • . George Sidney Bead, m.a. 
M^ematics, .... Charles NiTen, m.a. 
Vatural Philoeophy, . . J. England, m.a. 
Chemistry, . • • • Maxwell Simpson, b.a«, kjk 



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U8T OF OFFICBBS. 



827 



Kfttural Hlfltonr, 
Geology and Minflralogj* • 

£ngineeriagy . « 

Anatomy and Physiology, 
Practice of Medicine, 
Practice of Surgery, 
HateriaMedica, . • 

Midwifenr, • • 
EnfflishLiaw, . 
Jorupnid. and PoUt. Econ., 



Joieph Reay Greene, b.a., m.i>. 
Bobt. Harkneit, V.R.8.8.X.. dt b., 

F.O.8. 

, Alexander Jack, m.a. 
, J. Henry Corbett, m.d., l.r.c.8.x* 
, Denis C. O'Connor, b.a., m.d. 
William Ttoner, m.d. 

> Purcell O'Leary, b. b8. l., ■.!. 

MJ)., Y.B.8. 

> Joshua B. Hanrey. b.a., m.d. 

. Mark 8. O'Shaughnessy, M.B.Liu 
. Bichard Homer Mills, m.a. 



Begistrar, 
Bursar, . 
Librarian, 



OrriGEBS. 

. Bobert John Kenny, Esq. 

. John England, m.a. 

. Matthias O'Keeffe, m.a., i 



Deans of Besidengbs. 
Church of Ireland, • . • Ber. George Webster. 
Presbyterian, .... Key. William MagiU. 
Wesleyan, .... Ber. William Price. 

Non-Subscribing Presbyterians, Ber. William Whitelegge. 





Former Professors. 






Dftteof 


Offioe. 


Nune. 


Vaeated. 


Date. 


1849, 


ProlMMr of Uw, . 


Fnnde A. Wftlah, 


Died, . 


1858. 


1849: 


Natnnl Hiatorr, . 


aeT.W.Hino]u,r.L.s. . 


Beelgaed, 


1858 


1849, 


Geology And Min.. 


JamefNiehol, . 




1853 


1849, 


EagiaMriDg, 


C. B. Lano, BU., r.o.t. . 


»» 


1853. 


1858; 


NatBAlHtstorr, . 


WiTille Thompnn, li.2>. 


t* 


1854. 


1849, 


Anfti. ud PhyaloL 


Bei^ Aloook. B.A., m.2>. 


•• 


1854, 


1849, 


NatnnlPhUoMphy, 


F . Shaw, IX.D. , T.c.Db 


f* 


1855. 


1853, 


EngiMorlng, 


John England, m.a. 


_. •» 


I85S. 


1854, 


Nataml Uiatory, . 


WUliam Smith, r.L.*. . 


Died, . 


1857. 


isS; 


Biiglbh, . 


B«T. C. Darloy, &a. 


RMlgaad, 


1857. 


1849, 


M«tari» Medio*, . 


Alex. Fleming, ujt. 


^. V 


1857. 


1849, 


RegLrtfsr, . 


FnaeleAlbuii, . 


Died, . 


1854. 


1849, 


LibmiMi. . 




BMigned, 


1855. 


1849, 


1 Ertab.OI»iioh 


JBer.W. P«niB, 


*» 


1857. 


^ 


Wedeyw Deu, . 


Ber. J. Omr, . 


>f 


1868. 


1868, 


.> n 


Ber. M. Maooafe^ 


>t 


1858. 


1849, 


PzoftMorofBoigory, 


Denia Bollen, . . 




1864. 


•1849 






DladT . 


1864. 


1849 




Bdmiind Mnrphy, 




1866. 


1868, 
1808. 




Bobert Bomer, B.A. 


Beel^ed, 


1867. 


Bngliah Uw, 
€ Cdtlo Luguffet 
1 and Litontare, 


Michael Barry, . 


Died. . 


1869. 


1849, 


^OwenC<miiellaB,u.»., 


BI«l. . 


1871. 


1887, 


( Hlrtorr ud Sag- 
t UA Litentuv, 


}wUUamBiiahtOB,ii.A., 


Died, . 


187L 


1849, 
1849, 


Cbomfttrr, 


John Blyth. M.»., . . 


Died, . 


1871. 


PMkteBt.] . . 


Sir Robert Kane, vji.s^ 


Beeigned, 


1873. 



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THE COLLEGE SESSION. 

The College Session is divided into tliree Terms. 

The First Term of the Session 1874-75 commenced 
on October 20, and ended on December 19, 1874. 

The Second Term begins Januaiy 4 ; ends March 20. 

The Third Term begins AprU 5; ends (Ses. 1874-75) 
June 12. 

The First Term (Ses. 1875-76) begins October 19; 
«nds December 18. 



SUBJECTS OF THE MATRICULATION EXAMINATIONS. 
For the Faculties of Arts ^ Medicine^ and Law. 

Greek : — Grammar. 

An7 one of the following Authors which the Candidate may 
select : — Homer— Iliad, Books I. and II. ; Xenophon — Ana- 
basis, Books I. and II. ; Lucian— Walker's Selections. 

Iiatin: — 

Any one of the following Authors which the Candidate may 
select : Virgil — ^iBneid, Books I. and 11. ; Sallost — Conspiracy 
of Catiline ; Caesar— Gallic War, Book I. 

English: — 

Grammar— (1) The principles of Etymology and Orthography* 

(2) The leading nUes of Syntax. 
Composition, and writing from dictation. 

History: — 

Outlines of Grecian History to the death of Alexander the Great. 
Outlines of Boman History to the accession of Augustus. 

Geography : — 
Outlines of Ancient and Modem Geography. 

Mathematics ^^ 
Arithmetic— Principles of Notation. Vulgar and Decimal Frac- 
tions. Definition of the terms, Batio and Proportion. The 
Bule of Proportion, with its commercial applications, indud. 
ing Simple Interest. 
Algebra — Explanation of the signs and meaning of an Index. 
Calculation of the ralues of Algebraical Expressions, when 
particular yalues are giren to the letters whi<m they inTolre. 
Euclid— Book I., ^vith the deflnltloDi and axioms. 



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MATBICULATSD STUDENTS. 829 

For the Department of Civil Engineering. 

The outlines of Modern Geography ; Grammar. 

Mathematics — Arithmetic, Piwciples of Notation,yuIgar and De- 
cimal Fractions, with the reasons of the different rules. Rule 
of Proportion, with its commercial applications ; Extraction 
of the Square Root, both of whole numbers and decimals. 

Algebra — ^Explanation of the signs and meaning of an Index ; 
calculation of the yalue of Algebraic expressions, when parti- 
cular yalues are given to the letters which they inyolye. 

Euchd-^^odkM I., II., in., IV., and VI., with the definitions of 
BookV. 

The snbjects of Examination for the University Geometry 
Prizes \ 



The first Four and Sixth Books of Euclid, with Definitions of 
the Fifth Book, and Geometrical deductions. 



MATRICULATED STUDENTS. 

Persons intending to become Matriculated Students of 
the College, in any of the Faculties or Departments of Fa* 
culty, are required to pass the Matriculation Examination, 
whereby they are deckured competent to pursue the course 
of study prescribed to Students in that Faculty or De- 
partment of Faculty, and, on completing this cdttrse, are 
entitled to become Candidates for the Degrees or Diplomas 
granted by the Queen's University in Ireland. 

Candidates for Matriculation are required to forward 
their names to the Registrar of the CoUege, and to state 
the Faculty or Department of Faculty for which they pro- 
pose to Matriculate, at least three days before the com- 
mencement of the Matriculation Examinations. 

E€tch Candidate, before being admitted to the Matricu- 
lation Examination, is required to pay to the Bursar of the 
College the College Fees for the year, amounting to \0s. 
for each Faculty or Department of Faculty. These fees 
will be returned to such Candidates as may fail in passing 
the Matriculation Examination. 

After passing the Matriculation Examination, and before 
receiving a Certificate thereof, or joining the several Classes, 
«ach Student is required to pay to the Bursar of the Col- 
lege the whole of die Class Fees for the Session. 

The Lectures in Arts and Engineering commence ia 
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330 queen's COIiI.EG£, CORK. 

One moiety of the Class Fees for the Seission is retamed 
to Junior Scholars ; but this exemption is not to extend 
to the fees of any Honor Lectures attended by them out 
of the order of studies laid down in the Curriculum. 

In order to encourage the study of French by Candi- 
dates for Matriculation, a Prize of £5 will be o£fered for 
Competition in that language, to such Students as, at the 
opening of Session, shall have passed the Matriculation 
Examination for the first time. 

Matriculated Students are required to wear an academic 
dress. 

In May and June are held General Examinations in 
the subjects lectured upon during the Session ; and a sum 
of £100 is awarded in Prizes to the most distinguished 
Students. 

Students who have pursued part of their studies in any 
one of the Queen's Colleges, or in any University capable 
of granting Degrees in the several Faculties of .^jrts, Law, 
and Medicine, are permitted, on passing the prescribed Exa- 
minations, to take corresponding rank in this College, and 
also to compete for Scholarships of the corresponding year ; 
provided they shall not hold at the same time a Scholar- 
ship or other office of emolument in any University, or 
College of a University. 

UNIVERSITY PRIZES. 
Two PrisEes for English Prose Composition, and two ior 
Geometry, have been founded in each of the Queen's Col* 
leges, to be awarded annually at entrance : — First Prize 
for English Prose Composition, £3 worth of Books; 
Second do., £2 worth of Books. First Prize for Geome-* 
try,* £3 worth of Books; Second do., £2 worth of Books. 

OCCASIONAL STUDENTS. 
Persons who do not propose, or are not prepared, to 
Matriculate, but who vidsh to avail themselves in other 
respects of the advantages offered by the College, are per- 
mitted to attend the Professors' lectures, without passing 
any of the Examinations, on paying to the Bursar the 

* l8t, Snd, 8rd, 4th, and 6th Books of Eadid, with Dedudtois, 
together with the DeflnitionB of the ftth Book* 



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VACULTT or AAT8. 831 

regulated Class fees, amoantiDg generally to £2 for each 
eoorae, and Ck>llege fee of 5t. for the Sesaioii ; but they 
cannot become Candidates for Schdarships or Prizes, or 
eigoj the other privileges of Matricolated Students. Thej 
aie^ however, totitled to the nse of the Library, on snb-* 
scribing the Library Regulations, and paying a fee of i5#* 
for eadi Session ; and the Ftofessors are anthoriaed to 
reconunend to the Council to grant Certificates of Honor to 
the most distinguished of them in their respectiye Classes* 



LIBBABT AND MUSEUIL 

The library and Museum are open, under certain regu- 
lations, to all the Students. 



FACULTY OF ABTS. 

[For the Regulations aa to the Examination for the Degrees oft 
M.A., B.A., and Diploma of Licentiate in Arts, see University 
BegolatioDB.] 

LECTURES. 

The Lectures of the several Professors in this Faculty 
commence in October, except those on the ^'English 
Language" and on ''Logic," which will not bo delivered 
till the commencement of the Second Term. 



SCHOLARSHIPS. 

The Examinations for Scholarships are held in Oc- 
tober. The College Council are empowered to confer at 
these Examinations, eight Senior Scholarships, of the 
yalue of £40 each, and forty-six Junior Scholarships, 
viz. ^— Fifteen in Literature, and fifteen in Science^ 
of the valne of £24 each; eight in Medicine, yalue £25 
each; three in Law, and five in Civil Engineering, ot 
the value of £20 each; and if competent Candidatea 
present themsdves, these Scholarships will be awarded to 
the most deserving. The Scholarships are tenable for one 
year only, except the second year's Scholarships in Arts,, 
which are tenable for two years on condition that the 



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flcholar shall attend, during the third Session, at least two 
of the Courses of Lectures prescribed bj the Universitj 
for attendance during that Session, as a qualification for 
the Degree of B.A., and shall pass the Sessional Examina- 
tions in these subjects ; but the Scholars of each year are, 
at its expiration, eligible to become candidates for the 
Scholarships of the succeeding year. A Scholarship, 
however, of the same year in the same Faculty, cannot 
be held twice by the same Student. 

The Scholarships of the first year are open to all Stu- 
dents of the respective Faculties who have passed the Ma- 
triculation Examination. Those of the second and fourth 
years in Arts, and those of second, third, and fourth years 
in Medicine and Law, and of the second and third in 
Engineering, are open to all Students who have passed the 
Examinations, and attended the Lectures prescribed in 
the preceding part of their Course of Study. 

If any Student be placed, at the Examination for Junior 
Literary and Science Scholarships, first on both the lists 
of Candidates, he will be entitled to a Scholarship of each 
Division ; but in no other case will the same Student be 
permitted to hold two Scholarships. 

No one is entitled to become a Candidate for a ScfiQ^ i 
larship until he shall have paid the College* and Class 
Fees for the current Session ; to be paid on or before the 
day previous to the examination, and procured a certificate 
to that effect from the Bursar. 

The Scholarship and Exhibition endowment is paid by 
quarterly instalments, and its tenure is dependent on the 
performance (so far as required by the Council) of the 
duties prescribed by the Statutes. These duties are to 
take charge of the Class-Rolls, to Register the attendance 
of the Students, to assist the Professors, <&c. 

If the Scholar, or Exhibitioner, be not obedient to the 
orders of the Council, be removed from the College, or, 
by non-attendance on Lectures, fail to keep the terms 
required for promotion, he forfeits his Scholanship, or Ex- 
hibition. 

The Scholar in the Faculty of Medicine must attend, 
during the year of his appointment, the classes recommended 

* Ck)Uege Fees payable by all Candidatet for Senior Scholar* 
«hips, 6«. 



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8CHOLAB8HIP EXAION ATIOH8. 883 

for his year of study, in the order of the following cnrri* 
calnm:-^ 



riRST TSAR. 

Anatomy and Physiologj. 
Chemistry. 
French or German. 
Natural Philosophy. 
Zoology and Botany. 

SECOND TEAR. 

Anatomy and Physiology. 
Materia Medica. 
Practical Anatomy. 
Practical Chemistry. 



THIRD TEAR. 

Surgery. 
Midwifery. 
Practicai Anatomy. 

FOURTH TEAR. 

Practice of Medicine. 
Medical Jurisprudence. 



JUNIOR SCHOLARSHIPS. 
SuljecU of Examination for Literary Scholarships of the 

First Year. 
The Greek Language : — 

Homer— The Iliad, Books I. H. HI. IV. V. and VI. 
Euripides — PhosnisssB. 
*Herodotus— Book II. 

Xenophon— The Anabasis, Books I. II. III. IV. 
Lucian — Walker's Selections. 

Greek Prose — Retranslation of short sentences, from English 
into Greek. 

The Latin Language ^— 

Virgil— First Six Books of the iBneid, the Georgics. 
Horace— First Two Books of the Odes, the Satires, and the 

Epistles, Books I. II. 
Cicero — ^De Senectute, De AmidtilU 
Sallust — Conspiracy of Catiline, and Jugrirthine War. 
Caesar- The Gallic War, Books V. VI. 
Latin Prose — ^Retranslations from English into Latin, of por* 

tions of Cicero. 
N.B ^The Examination in Greek and Latin will be conducted 

partly vivd voce^ and partly by printed questions. 

The English Langoage : — 
Original Essays on suljects proposed by the Examiner. The 
l^inciples of English Grammar. The Laws of Etymology 
and Orthography. Craik's Outlines of the History of the 
English Language. 

Hiatory and Geography: — 
Grecian History to the Death of Alexander the Great. 
Roman Histoiy to the Accession of Augustus, 
Outlines of Ancient and Modem Geography.' 

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Subfeets of Examination far Literary Sehotanhipt of tke 
Second and Third Years. 

The Greek Language : — 

Homer— Odysser, XIX. XX. 
Sophocles — Antigone. 
Plato— Apology. 

HerodotuB — Book I., cc. 1 to 100. 
Prose Composition. 

The Latin Language : — 
Virgil — ^Eclogues and JSneid. 
Horace. 

Terence— Heanton Timommenos. 
Cicero — ^Tusculan Disputations. 

,, De Oratore. 
Juvenal— Satires, I. IH. VHI. X. XIH. XIV. 
Livy— Book IV. 
Tacitus — Histories, Book I. 
Composition in prose and rerse. 

The English Language: — 

Morris— Historical Outlines of English Accidence, Chape. L IL 

III. IV. V. 
Rask— Anglo-Saxon Grammar, edited by Thorpe. 
The English of Chaucer, as illustrated by the Prologue to the 

Canterbury Tales. Morris's Edition, with the EdUoi's 

Introduction. 
The Histery of English Literature to the death of Chaucer. 
English Composition. 

The French Language : — 
Moliere — L*Ayare ; le Misanthrope. 
Lafontaine— Fables. 

Histoire de la Litterature Franfaise, par Demogeot. 
Translation from English into French. 

Subjects of Examination for Science Scholarships of the 

First Tear. 
Arithmetic. 

Mensuration of rectilineal figures and of the cirde. 
Algebra: — 
The Solution of Simple and Quadratic Equations with one or 
more unknown quantities. Easy questions in the application 
of Algebra to Geometry. Arithmetical and GeomefiicalPro- 
gressions. The nature of Logarithms^ 

Euclid : — 
Books I. n. ni. and IV., with deductions. 

Trigonometiy :— 
Definitions of the Sine, Tangent, &c. of an angle. The oailer 
analytical formulas. The solution of Plane Trianglei, with 
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SvbjecU of Examination for Science Sehohnhips of tk$ 

Second and Third Tears. 
The higher Arithmetic, with Mensuration. 
Algebra : — 
The Solution of Equations with one or more unknown quan- 
tities. Elimination. Theory and use of Lograrithms. Theory 
ofEquations. Binomial and Exponential Theorems. Com- 
pound Interest and Annuities. 
Geometry : — 

EucUd, Books I. II. HI. IV. VI., Definitions, Book V., and 
first 21 Propositions of Book XL, with deductions. Analytical 
Geometry. 

Trigonometry : — 
The Solution of Plane Triangles with demonstrations of the 
formnlffi. Theorems relating to single arcs. Theorems 
relating to the sums and dijQTerences of arcs. Application to 
heights and distances. 

The Subjects of Examination for the Engineering 
Scholarships are as follows :— 
Subjects of Examination for Engineering Scholarships of the 

First Year, 
Arithmetic. 

Mensuration of Rectilineal Figures and of the Circle. 
Algebra :_ 
The Solution of Simple and Quadratic Equations* with one or 
more unknown quantities. Easy questions in the application 
of Algebra to Geometry. Arithmetical and Geometrical 
Progressions. The Nature of Logarithms. 
Euclid :-^ 

Books I., II., in., and IV., with Deductions. 
Trigonometry :— 
Definition of the Sine, Tangent,, <&c., of an Angle. The easier 
analytical formulas. The Solution of Plane Triangles with 
Demonstrations. Nature and use of the Tables. 

Svbjeds of Examination for Engineering Scholarships of the 

Second Year. 
Mathematics : — 
The same as for Science Scholarships in Arts of the Second 
Year, except that Spherical Trigonometry will be sabstifented 
for Analytical Geometry. 
French : — 
Demogeot— Histoire de la Litt^rature Fran9aise. 
Translation from English into French. 
Chemistry: — 
Iaws of Combination and Afibdty. Preparation and Properties 
of the Chief Organic Substances. MetaUurgic Operations. 
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Geometiical Drawing : — 
Descriptiye Geometry. Orthographic Projection. l0ometrie 
Projection. PerspectiTe. Geometry of Ohlique Bridge. 

SuJbjecU of Examination for Engineering Scholarship of the 

Third Year. 
Mathematics : — 

Algehra— Theory of Equations and Methods of Approiimation* 
Elimination. Summation of series. Binomial and Exponen- 
tial Theorems. Scales of Notation, &c. 

Trigonometry — Plane and Spherical, with ABtronomical appli- 
cations. 

Analytical Geometry, and Geometrical Conic Sections. 

Differential Calculus, inyolying demonstrations of the rules for 
differentiating Algehraic, Circular, and Exponential Func- 
tions, founded upon a clear statement of the nature of Limits 
and Definition of a Differential coefficient. Taylor^ and 
Maclaurin*s Theorems. Maxima and Minima. Criteria of the 
same, with proofs. Equation of Tangent, Normal, Eyolute, 
&c. 

Integral Calculus, including more particularly Bational Frac- 
tions, Binomial Differentials, Areas of Curves, Rectification 
of Curves, Cuhature of Solids of Reyolution. 

Natural Philosophy : — 
Newth*8 Mechanics. 
Ganot— Traite de Physique, Books VI. VII. Vm. IX. 

Geologj and Mineralogy. 
Civil Engineering: — 
Instruments used by the Ciyil Engineer. Their adjustments 
and use. Sunreying, Levelling. 

SENIOR SCHOLABSHIPS. 

Seven Senior Scholarships are appropriated to the Fa- 
culty of Arts, for proficiency in special departments of 
Study, and will be conferred, bj examination, on the most 
deserving of the Graduates of the Queen's Universitj, 
in the Faculty of Arts, of less than two years* standing. 

One in Ancient Languages, Literature, and History of 
Ancient Greece and Rome. 

One to Modem Languages, Literature, and History, 
viz.: — ^English Language, Literature, and Composition; 
European and English History; the French Language, 
with German or Italian. 

One to Mental and Social Science, viz. : — ^Logic, Meta- 
physics, and Political Economy. 

One to Mathematics, yiz. : — ^Pnre Mathematics. 

One to Natural Philosophy, viz.: — ^Experimental Phy* 
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One to Chemistry, viz.: — ^Theoretical and Practical 
Chemistry. 

One to Natural History, viz. : — Zoology and Botany^ 
Geology, and Physical Geography. 

One to Law. 

SvhjectB of Examination for the Senior Scholarships in the 
Greek and LaHn LanguageSj and Ancient Hiitory. 

The Greek Language : — * 
Jfischylns— Sepcem. contra Thebas. 
Together with the Subjects for the B. A. Honor Examination at 

the Uniyenity. 
Composition in Attic Prose. 
Greek Literature and History. 

The Latin Language : — 

VirgU. 

Horace. 

Lucretius — ^Books I. II. 

Ovid— Fasti, Book I. 

Persius. 

Terence— Andria. 

Piautus— Capteiyei. 



Cicero— De Oratore. 

„ Tusculan Disputations. 

I, AdAtticum,BooksI.II. 

„ Actiones Verrine. 
Liyy— Books IV. and XXIL 
Tacitus— The Annals. Books 

I.-IV. inclusive. 



Composition in prose and yerse. 

For Senior Scholarships in Modem Langttages and History. 

The French Language : — 
Layalle^— Histoire des Fran9aise. 
Histoire de la Litterature Fran^aise, par Demogeot on Nisard. 

The German Language :•— 
National Literature, Von A. F. Vilmar. 
Schiller's Maria Stuart. 
Goethe's Iphigenie. 
Translation from English into one of the aboye Languages. 

The Italian Language : — 
Tasso— Gerusalemme Liberata— First Fiye Cantos. 
])ante*s Inferno— Italian Literature, published by Messn. 

Chambers. 
Translation from English into French, German, or Italian. 

The English Language : — 

The Histoiy of the English Language. 
English Literature :— 

Chaucer— The Knight's Tale. 

Spenser — ^The Faery Queene, Book X. 

Snakespeare— Macbeth. Julius Cesar. 

* Where more than one subject enters Into the examination for 
Senior Scholarships, a competent knowledge of all these subjects 
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Milton — Samson Agonistes. 

Dryden — Absolom and AchitopheL 

Pope^Satires and Epistles. 

Wordsworth — Poems Founded on the Affections. 

Modern History:^ 

The Feudal System. 
History of the Crusades. 

History of Europe, from Peace of Westphalia to the Treaty of 
Utrecht. 

F(yr the Senior Scholarship in Mathematics, 
The subjects of previous Examinations with the follow- 
ing additions : — 
Analytical Geometry of three dimensions. 
Differential Equations. 

For the Senior Scholarship in Natural Philosophy, 

Duhamel— Mecanique. 

Brinkley— Elements of Astronomy, including the Appendix. 

Parkinson's Optics. 

Everett's Translation of DeschanePs Natural Philosophy. 

For the Senior Scliolarship in Mental and Social Sciences* 
The subjects discussed in the Lectures of the Professors 
with the following additions : — 

Metaphysics and Logic : — 

Sir William Hamilton's Philosophical Essays and Notes on Beid. 
Mill^System of Logic, Book IIL, to the end of Volume I. 

Political Economy : — 
Principles of Political Economy, by John Stuart Mill. 
Senior's Politicly 1 Economy. 
Ghoschen on Foreign Exchanges. 

R. H. Mills— Lectures ou Currency and Bankini; ; 2nd Edition. 
The Talue attached to the subjects will be in the following pro- 
portions, viz. : — 

Metaphysics and Logic, 60. 
Political Economy, 40. 

For the Senior Scholarship in Chemistry. 
Chemical Physics (in Miller's Chemistry). 
Inorganic Chemistry :— 
General principles of Chemical philosophy. Modem Tiews of 
Chemistrr. Crystallography. Chemistry of the metals. 
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Organic Chemistry: — 
Ultimate analysis of organic bodies. Hecent Tiews of the con- 
stitution of organic bodies. Empirical and rational formuls. 
Determination of the density of Vapours. Law of substitu- 
tion. Homologous series. Chemical types. Preparation 
and properties of the Alcohol series and their deriyatiyes. 
Qyanoffen, its compounds and deriyatiyes. Organic bases 
of artificial origin. 

Practical Chemistry :— 
The Analysis of mixtures, containing two or more Acids and 
Bases. 

Far the Senior Scholarship in Natural History. 

The Lectures of the Professors. 

HenArey— Elementary Course of Botany. (Second Edition, by 

Dr. Masters). Parts L and IIL 
Hooker, J. D.— The Student's Flora of the British Islands. 

(The Characters of the Orders and Tribes). 
Huxley — Lessons in Elementary Physiology. 
Miyart — Lessons in Elementary Anatomy. 
RoUeston — Forms of Animal Life, 
Lyell — Student's Elements of Geology. 

FACULTY OF LAW. 
[For the Regulations as to Examinations for the Degrees of 
LL.D., LL.B., and for the Diploma in Elementary Law, see Uni- 
yersity Regulations.] 

I«ECTUKE8. 

The complete Course for each Class consists of twenty* 
four Lectures by the Professor of English Law, in each 
Collegiate Session ; and of twenty-four Lectures in each 
course of the first two years, by the Professor of Juris- 
prudence. The Lectures are delivered in the months of 
December, February, and March. Five-sixths of the Lec- 
tures in each Course must be attended. 

LAW 8CUOLAB8HIP8. 

Examination hy the Profeisor of Jurisprudence. 

First Year: — 
Reddie's Inquiries in the Science of Law. 
Adam Smith's Wealth of Nations— Book III. 
Hallam's Middle Ages—Chap. 2 and 8. 

Second Tear: — 
The Lectures of the Professor in the first year (see note). 
Ancient Law, by H. S. Maine. 
The Chapters on Social Science in J. S. Mill's Logic—Book 6, 

Chap. 6. to end of the book. 
Austin*! Jurisprudence, VoL L Third Edition. 

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Third Year:— 
Austin's J uriq^rudence, Vol. II. Third Edition. 
Sandar's Justinian, and the Lectures of the Professor, in the 
Eirst and Second Year. 

Note. — The following works, in addition to the text-books 
mentioned, should be referred to in connexion with the principal 
subjects discussed in the Lectures on .Jurisprudence : — 
Dumont's Bentham (translation by Hildreth), *' Principles of 
Legislation, ** and 1 st and 2nd parts of the ** Principles ^ the 
CivU Code." 
Stephens* ** Criminal Law.*' 
Spence's Equity Jurisprudence, Vol. I., Part I« ' 
Mackenzie's Roman Law. 

Examination by the Professor of Engluh Law. 

First Year: — 
Williams — Principles of the Law of Eeal Property. 

Second Year: — 

The Lectures of the Professor for the preceding years. 
Smith — Manual of Equity Jurisprudence. 
Williams — Prindples of the Law of Personal Property. 
Smith— On Contracts. 

Third Year:— 
The Lectures of the Professor for the preceding years. 
Smith — ^Leading cases on branches of the Law. 
Storey — Equity Jurisprudence. 

The Senior Law Scholarship will be awarded to the 
most distinguished Student, who shall have proceeded in 
the Course of Arts to the Degree of B.A., and who shall 
have completed the Course of Legal Study prescribed to 
Candidates for the Degree of LL.B., of the Queen's Uni- 
versitj. 

For the Senior Scholarship in Law, 

The Lectures of the Professors, and sulgects appointed for Scho- 
larship Examination in the preceding yean. 
Sttgden —Law of Vendors and Purchasers. 
Furlong—Law of Landlord and Tenant. 
Taylor— Treatise on the Law of Evidence. 
Stephen— Treatise on the Principles of Pleading. J 
Hallam's Constitutional History. 
Broom's Constitutional Law. 
Stephens' Commentaries—Book T., VI. 
Spence*s Equity Jurisprudence, VoL L, Part U 



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DEGREES IN LAW. 

Candidates for the Diploma of Elementary Law must 
have passed a Matricalation Examination,* and pursued 
the following 

Cofivnit of Study for the Diploma of Elementary Law. 

First Session: — 

Law of Beal Property, Principles of ConTejancing-^ttrispru- 
dence. 

The Coune of the Professor of English Law for the first year's 
Class comprises elementary instruction In the Law of Real 
Property, and in practical Ck>nyeyancing. The Text Book 
read is "Williams on Real Property." The following works 
are recommended forpemsal: — Blackstone's Commentaries, 
by Stephen, Vol. L, and Vol. II. of Kerr's edition of the 
same work. 

Second Session : — 

Law of Personal Property, Equity and Bankruptcy— Civil Law. 

The Course of the Professor of English Law for the Second 
year's Class comprises instruction in the Law of Personal 
Property, Equity, Bankruptcy, and the practice relating to 
those branches of Law. The Text Books read are * * Smith on 
Contracts,'* ** Williams on Personal Property," and ** Snell's 
Principles of Equity." The following are recommended for 
perusal : — ** Blackstone's Commentaries," by Stephen, Vol. 11. , 
same, by Kerr, Vol. II., Smith's "Mercantile Law,*' Smith's 
*« Manual of Equity," Story's "Equity Jurisprudence,** 
VoL I., The Bankruptcy Acts, 1857 and 1872, The Debtors 
Act» 1872. 

Third Session:— 

Common and Criminal Law. 

The Course of the Professor of English Law for the Third year's 
Class comprises the history, constitution, and jurisdiction of 
the several Courts of Justice, and theur procedure. The 

'Students intending to |>roceed for the certificates of the 
Law Professors, so as to entitle themselyes to serre an appren- 
ticeship of four jeaxB instead of five, under the Aitomeyt and 
SoUcUors JRegulation Act Amendment Act (^14 and 15 Vic, cap. 
OS—See App,) must enter their names with the Registrar, 
either as Matriculated or Non-Matriculated Students, and pay 
the necessary College and Class Fees to the Bursar before the 
commencement of the Law Lectures in each Session. 

Such students must attend the Lectures and pass the ezamin* 
ations prescribed by the Ordinances of the Queen's University 
for the fixBt and second years of the course of study lor candi. 
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Text Books are the third and fourth Yolomes of Blackstone's 
Commentaries, editions hy Stephen and Kerr. The fol- 
lowing works are recommended for pemsal: — '*Broom*s 
Common Law," << Broom*sLeffal Maxims," ** Smith's Leading 
Cases," ** Copinger*s County Courts," hj Johnstone, Common 
Law Procedure Acts, 1853 and 1856, &c., by Bewley and 
Nash, Woolrych's CriminiU Law, or Russell on Crimes. 

Caodidates for the Degree of LL.B. will be admitted to 
Examination for that Degree from the Queen's Universitj 
in Ireland, provided they shall have proceeded to the 
Degree of A.B., and shall have attended the Lectures and 
passed the Examinations prescribed for the Diploma of 
Elementary Law. 

Students who have obtained the Degree of LL.B. will, 
at the expiration of two years after they have obtained the 
Degree, be admitted to the Examination for the Degree 
of LL.D. They are examined in the Laws of the Admi- 
ralty and Ecclesiastical Courts of England and Ireland, 
and in International Law, for which Examination the 
following books are suggested : — 

Lord Hale's Treatise, De Jure Maris. 

Dr. FitzHenry Townsend's statement of the differences in Juris- 
diction and Practice between the English and Irish Courts of 
Admiralty, annexed to the Report of the Royal Commission 
of Inquiry, 1864. 

Rogers* Ecclesiastical Law. 

Wheaton's International Law. 

'* Historicus," Letters of, on International Law. 

Students preparing for the profession of Attorney or 
Solicitor in Ireland can save two years of their appren-* 
ticeship by taking the Degree of B.A., or of LL.B., in 
the Queen's University. 

With respect to Students for the English Bar, the 
Council of Legal Education may accept a Degree in Law 
granted by the Queen's University, as an equivalent for 
tiie Examination to be passed in any of the following 
subjects, viz. : — Roman Civil Law ; the Law of Real and 
Personal Property ; provided the Council is satisfied that 
th-". Student, before he obtained his Degree, passed a suffi- 
cient Examination in such subject or subjects. 

With regard to the conditions under which Students are 
admitted to the degree of Barrister-at-Law (Eiog*s Inns), set 
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FACULTY OF MEDICINE. 



[Tor the Regulations as to the Examinations for the Degrees of 
M.D., M.CH., for the Diploma in Midwifery, and for the First 
Uniyersitj Examination in Medicine, see Universitj Begolations.] 

IJBCTURE89 &C. 

The Medical Session opened on Monday, 2nd No- 
vember, and the Courses of Lectures commenced as 
under : — 

Anatomy and Physiology. — Monday, 2nd November, 
at one o'clock, to be continued daily, except on Saturdays, 
at the same hour. 

Practice of Medicine — Monday, 2nd November, at 
three o'clock, to be continued on Mondays, Wednesdays, 
and Fridays, at the same hour. 

Practice of Surgery. — Tuesday, 3rd November, at four 
o'clock, to be continued on Tuesdays and Thursdays, at 
four o'clock, and Saturdays, at one o'clock. 

Materia Medica. — ^Tuesday, 3rd November, at three 
o'clock, to be continued on Tuesdays and Thursdays, at 
three o'clock ; and on Saturdays, at twelve o'clock. 

Medical Jurisprudence. — ^Tuesday, 3rd November, at 
twelve o'clock, to be continued on Tuesdays and Thurs- 
days at the same hour, and on Fridays, at one o'clock. 

Midwifery. — Monday, 2nd November, at four o'clock, 
to be continued on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, 
at the same hour. 

The Course of Practical Anatomy will be conducted by 
the Professor of Anatomy and Physiology, assisted by 
Demonstrators. 

The Anatomical Demonstrations will commence on 2nd 
November, and be continued daily at twelve o'clock, 
except Saturdays. 

Chemistry. — Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at eleven 
o'clock. 

Practical Chemistry^— J^onday, Wednesday, and Fri- 
day, at two o'clock. 

Zoology and Botany. — Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. 

Natnnd Philosophy. — ^Tuesdays and Thursdays. 

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The Scholarships of the First Year in the Faculty of 
Medicine will be awarded thus : — One to the Candidate 
who shall have most distinguished himself at the Exa- 
mination in the coarse prescribed for Science Scholarships 
of the First Year in .Ajrts, and one to the Candidate who 
shall have most distinguished himself at the Examination 
in the course prescribed for Literary Scholarships of the 
First Year in Arts. Candidates for these Scholarships 
shall have previously declared themselves, and have Ma- 
triculated as Medical Students. It is left to their option 
for which of them they will compete. 



Subjects of ExaminaHon for Medical Scholarshipt of the 
S&xmd Tear. 

Anatomy and Physiology. I General Phvsics. 

Chemistry. | Zoology and Botany. 

The French Language. 

Subjects of Examination for Medical Scholarships of the 
Third Year. 

Anatomy and Physiology. I ^ratcria Medica. 

P)ractical Anatomy. | Practical Chemistry. 

Stdjeets of Examination for Medical Scholarships of the 
Fourth Tear. 



Anatomy and Physiology. 
Practical Anatomy. 
Therapeutics. 



Pathology & Morbid Anatomy. 

Surgerv. 
Midwifery. 



Hospital Attendance — Clinical Lectures on Medicine and Sur- 
gery are delivered at the North and South Infirmaries, \^ the 
Physicians and Surgeons of those Institutions. 

Fee for twelve months, . . . .£880 

Fee for nx monthi, • . . .550 

Practical Pharmacy at the same Infirmaries. 

Fee for three months, . . . .£330 

CUnical Midwifery at the Lying-in Hospital, with Practical At- 
tendance upon Thirty Midvdfeiy cases. 

Fee for six months, . • . ' . .£330 

Farther infonnatioo may he had fh>m the Medical OflScers at 
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SCHOOL OF CIVIL ENGINBBRING. 

[For Regulations as to the BzaminationB for First Uniyersity 
Examixiation in Engineering, and for the Degree in Civil Engl, 
neering, gee University Regulations.] 

Candidates will, on the special recominendation of the 
College Council, be admitted to the Degree after two 
years' residence instead of three, if their previous acquaint- 
ance with a sufficient group of the subjects above set down 
for study in the First and Second Session is deemed by 
the Council satisfactory. In such cases the Certificate of 
the Council will be accepted in lieu of attendances upon 
these Courses, but will not exempt Candidates from the 
University Examinations in them. 

In order to obtain this Certificate, Students must have 
attended previously at least one Session in Arts, or one 
year in an Engineer's office. On making application to the 
Council, such Students will be allowed to present them- 
selves, at the time of Matriculation, for examination in the 
subjects of any four of the eight Courses of Lectures of 
the first two years. On passing this Examination, they 
will be allowed to take rank at once as Students of the 
second year, and will then be required to attend those other 
four Courses of Lectures only, in the subjects of which 
they have not passed ; but they will not be eligible for the 
Scholarship of that year. 

The application to be admitted to this Examination must 
be lodged with the Registrar before the first day of the Ses- 
sion, and must state what are the four subjects in which the 
Students propose to offer themselves for Examination, and 
must be accompanied by a Certificate of the required attend- 
ance of one or more years in Arts or an Engineer's office. 

On passing the Sessional Examinations in the subjects of 
these four Courses of Lectures which they shall have at- 
tended as Students of the second year, they will be promoted 
to the rank of Students of the third year; and, on complet 
ing the regular Course of that year, vrill be furnished witi 
the Certificate required by the Senate of the University 



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Programme ofihe Times and Si^ecU of the Scholarship 
Examinations far the Settion 1874-75. 



EXAMINAnOH 

Days. 


Peom 9 to la o'Gjlock, Nook. 


FBOM 9 to 6 O'CLOCK, P.M. 


ThvtxadMj, Dot. S2, 


Oeom«trio»l Dnwing 

SnrTOTiiiff 

HathonuUes. 


Geology and Mineralogy 
Soigery 


Frid»y,0«tl3, 


LaUn 
Chemistrr 


Mathematioe 
Practioal Chemiatry 
Midwifery 


SatanUy, Get 14, 


Modern LangnagM 
Polittoal Eoonomy 


Pathology 
Latin 


llond»y,Oot.J«,- 


Greok 

Materia Medioa 
Therapeatios 


GiMk 

Zoology and Botany 

Practioal Anatomy 

Hiat.andSng.Lit.(ion.) 


TBMdjty, Get 27, 


Natural PhUo«>phy 
English Language (Jui.) 


Anatomy and Phyeiology 
LogioandMeUphyaies 


Satorday, Not. 28, 


Engliah Law 


CiTU Law 



FEES. 

The Fees payable by Students, whether Matriculated gf 
NGn-matriculated, tG the several ProfessGrs, for attend- 
ance on the several Pass Courses of Lectures or instruc- 
tiGn, which are now or maybe hereafter prescribed by the 
College Council, for any Degree or other University dis- 
tinction, shall be £1 for each Course extending over one 
Term only« and £2 for each Course extending over more 
than one Term of a Session, when attended for the first 
time, and £1 for each re-attendance on the same ; except 
that the Fee payable for the Course of Anatomy and Phy- 
siology shall be £3 when attended for the first time, and 
£2 for every subsequent attendance ; except also, that the 
Fee payable for Practical Anatomy or Practical Chemistry, 
shall be £3 for each attendance. 

In the case of Students receiving special Instructions, 
not prescribed as a qualification for a Degree or other 
University distinction, or attending Honor Courses of 
Lectures, the Council shall have power to fix the amount 
of the Fee to be paid by each Student ; provided that the 
Fee to be paid for any Honor Course of Lectures which 
Students are entitled to substitute for a prescribed Pass 
Course, shall, in no case, be less than £2. 



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OuUina of the Couna of Leeturei delivered hy the Profeeton 
of the FaeuUy of Arte, 

LiTEBABT DlVISIOK OF THE FaCULTT OF ArTS. 

In Greek and Latin the classification of the Students ii 
irrespective of their Collegiate standing ; those of the First 
and Second years being distributed between two classes 
according to their proficieDCj. There is also in each of 
these Department an Extra Class, the attendance on 
which is Yolontary, and which consists generally of those 
Students who propose to become Candidates for Degree of 
M.A., or Classical Honors in the Queen's University, or 
for appointments in the Indian Civil Service. 

Both the Extra and Ordinary Classes are open to Non* 
Matriculated Students, i.e., to persons who have not yet 
commenced their Undergraduate course, or who do not 
intend to take Degrees in Arts. 

THE GREEK LANGUAGE. 

Professor — John Ryall, ll.d. 
Jnoior Claas — Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. 
'S^ond Year— Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday. 
Third Year— Tuesday, Thursday. 

Exercises in Prose and Verse, according to the proflcienqy of 
the Students. 

THE LATIN LANGUAGE. 
IVq/essor— Bunnell Lewis, m.a., 7.8.a. 
Senior Class— ^Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. 
Junior Class — ^Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. 
Exercises in both Classes chiefly from Arnold's Introductions 

to Latin Composition. 
Extra and Third Year's Class— Tuesday and Thursday. 

In this Class special attention is paid to original Compo- 
sition, and to translation from English Authors into Latin. 



HISTOBTy ENGLISH LITSRATUEE, AND THE ENGLISH 
LANGUAGE. 

iVo/esf or— George F. Armstrong, m.a. 
Ist and 2nd Term— History : Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. 
2nd Term—The English Language : Tuesday, Thursday, and 

Saturday. 
Ist and 2nd Term — ^Bn^ish Literature: Tuesday, Thursday, 

Saturday. 

History: — 
European History, from the Decline of the Boman Empire 
to the present time. 



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The English LaAgaage : — 
The Hifltorj of iu devtelopiiieiit. 
Books Recommended : — 
Morris, Historical Outlines of English Accidence ; Trench^ 
Study of Words: Enslish, Past and Present; Marsh,. 
Lectures on the English Language ; Bask, Anglo-Saxon 
Grammar (edited by Thorpe) ; or^ Vernon, Anglo-Saxon 
Quide; Thorpe, Analecta Anglo-Saxonica ; Morris and 
Skeat, Specimens of Early English ; Morris, The Prologue 
to Chaucer's Canterbury Tales, and the Editor^s Intro- 
duction; Skeat, Specimens of English Literature; Rnshton,. 
Bules and Cautions in English Grammar; Max Miiller, 
Science of Language; Whately, Elements of Rhetoric ^ 
Campbell, Plulosophy of Rhetoric. 
Essays and Paraphrases will be required of the Students from 
time to time. 
English Literature : — 

History and Criticism of the Literature of England from the 
earliest period to the present day ; The Lives of the Great 
English Writers; The Epochs of Foreign Literature 
which have most affected the form and spirit of the 
Literature of England. 
, Books Recommended : — 

Craik, History of English Literature; Chambers, Cyclopssdia 
of English Literature ; Hallam, Introduction to the 
Literature of Europe ; Taine, History of English Litera- 
ture, translated by H. Van Laun ; Morley, English 
Writers; Morley, A First Sketch of English Literature. 
Critical Essays on subjects treated ef in the Lectures will be 
required of the Students at set times. 

MODEBN LANGUAGES. 
ProfeMor — R. De Vericour, m.a. 

French Class (Medical)— Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, 
at 12 o'clock. 

Senior French (Arts and Engineering)— Mondays, Wednesdays, 
and Fridays, at 1 o'clock. 

Junior French Class (Arts and Engineering)— Mondays, Wed- 
nesdays, and Fridays, at 2 o'clock. 

German or Italian — ^Tuesdays and Fridays, at 2 o'clock. 

Medical French— L'Anne^ Scientiflque, pour 1872, par Louis 
Fiquier. Extracts from Bichat, Andral, Lallemand, and 
Chomel. Weekly Lectures on the Grammar and Idioms. 

Senior and Junior French — ^Textes Classiques de laLitt^rature 
Fran^aise, par Demogeot. Fables de Lafontoine. Ilistoire 
de la Reyolution Fran9aise, par Mignet. Histoire de la 
Litterature Francaise, par Demogeot. Weekly Lectures on 
the Grammar and Idioms. 

Italian— Silrio Pelico. Tassa Extracts from MacchiaTelll, 
Guicciardini, Manaoni. Weekly Lectures. 

German— Goethe*s Ballads and Iphigenie. Schiller's Wilhelm 
TelL National literature, yon A. F. Villmar. Weekly 
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SciEnCE DlYISIOK OF THE FaCULTT OF A&T8. 

MATHEMATICS. 
IVo/^Mor—Charles Kiven, ila. 
Junior CUm. — Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 
Subjects —Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry, and Plane Trigo- 
nometry. 
Second Year's Class— Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. 
Subjects— Analytical Geometry, Trigonometry, Differential and 

Integral Calcolus. 
Third Yearns Class : 

Sal^ects — Geometry of Three Dimensions, Differential Equa- 
tions, &c. 

Exercises are r^^arly set in each of the Classes. 



LOGIC AND METAPHYSICS. 

Professor — George Sidney Bead, x.a. 

2nd Term Logic—Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. 

1st and 2nd Terms. — Metaphysics — ^Tuesday, Thursday, and 
Saturday. 

Logic — This Course consists of-^ 

L — ^Lectures, Examinations, and Exercises in Aldrich*s Com- 
pendium of Logic, occupying the early part of the Term, &c. 

n. — A full discussion of Classification, the Theory of Hypo- 
thetical Syllogisms and of Induction, and the Analytic of 
Logical Furms, as contained in the works of Mill, Whately^ 
Thompson, and Baynes. 

Throughout the Course the Students will be expected 
to familiarize themselyes with the reduction of arguments 
to their strict Logical Form by written exercises which 
will be examined by the Professor. 
Metaphysics. — This Coarse wiU embrace — 
L— The Philosophy of the Inductive Sciences illustrated by re- 
ference to Loitl Bacon, Whewell, and Mill ; and — 
n. — ^The History of Mental Philosophy, comprising — 
1st. The origin, progress, and deyelopment of Modem Philoso- 
phy anterior to the rise of the Scottish School. 
2nd. A critical examination of the works of the more celebrated 

writers of that School 
Srd. A brief Tiew of the present state of Philosophy in the 
Ibritbh Islands, and on the Continent. 



POLITICAL £C01«0MT. 
Professor — ^Richard Homer Mills, x.a. 
Political Economy. — ^The nature and distribution of wealth, the 
nrinciples wlud> regulate Bents, Plroflts, and Wages ; the 
l^ciples of Commerce, of Taxation* of the Funding System* 
and of Currenoy and Banking. 



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Books recommended :-^ 

Adam Smith— Wealth of Nations. 

Senior— Political Economy. 

Fawoett's Manual of Political Economy. 

John Stuart Mil] — ^Political Economy. 

Richard H. Mills — Lectures on Currency and Banking (2nd Ed.) 

M'Cnlloch— Taxation and Funding (3id Ed.) 

Goschen on Foreign Exchanges. 

The Course consists of twentj-four Lectores delivered in 
the months of December, February, and March ; the Stu- 
dents are required in the intervals to prepare the subjects 
which will l^ pointed out by the Professor. 



CHEMISTRY. 

Vroftwrr — Maxwell Simpson, B.A., m.d., f.b.s. 

Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. 

The Course is divided into Inorganic and Organic 
Chemistry : — 

In the first part are discussed the Laws of Combination and 
AfiSnity, Molecular Chemistry and Ciystallography, and the 
History of tiie Non-Metallic and MetaUic substances. 

In the Organic portion of the Course will be considered the 
subjects of Organic Analysis, Organic Senes, Compound 
Radicals and Types, Metamorphosis of Organic Bodies, History 
of special Animal and Vegetable Bodies. 

In treating of the Laws of Chemistry, and the History of Inor- 
ganic and Organic Bodies, those points will be chiefly dwelt 
upon which have a practical bearing in the Arts, Medicine, 
Engineering and Agriculture. Thence, during the Course, 
attention will be directed to the application of Chemistry to 
Medicine and Physiology, to Metallurgic Operations, Chemical 
Manufactures, Building Materials, Soils, Manures. 

Text-Books recommended— Boscoe, Williamson, Fownes, Mil- 
ler, Begnault. 

Analytical Chemistry: — 

The Chemical Laboratoiy is open daily, except on Saturdays, 
from 10 to 4 o'clock, under the Superintendence of the Fto- 
fessor, for Students desirous of prosecuting an extended coxirse 
of qualitatiye and quantitatlYe analysis, and for the purpose 
of original investigation in connexion with the Arts, or in the 
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If AVUBAL FHILOSOFHT. 
iVo/««or— John England, x.a., 
£xperimental Physics (Senior) : — 
Text-Books — ^Qalbraith and Haughton*B Manuals of Mechanics. 
Hydrostatics, &c. Jamin, Traite de Phydque. 

Experimental Physics (Junior) : — 

Text-Books— Ganot, Traite de Physique. 
Mathematical Physics :— - 

Text-Books— Duhamel'sMecanique; Parkinson's Optics; Brink- 
ley's Astronomy. 

Engineering Physics:— 
Text-Booka — ^Tate*8 Exercises in Mechanics, selections from the 
works of Mosely, De Pambour, Weisbach, Twisden's Practical 
Mechanics, &c. 



NATUBAL HISTOBT. 
Prq/cMor— Reay Greene, b.a., m.d. 
Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. 
The Professor of Natural History will deliyer a 
course of Lectures on Zoology and Botany. 

Students may obtain Certificates of Attendance on 
either or both of these subjects. 

The Zoological part of the course will extend from 
the first lecture-day in November to the end of February 
The Botanical Lectures will occupy the remainder of the 
Session. 
The Course will be arranged as follows : — 

ZOOLOGT* 
iAbofU Fwrty Ledures,) 

Inyertebrate Animals (First Term) — Plants and Animals ; 
the Animal Kingdom ; the Lowest Animals ; Infusories ; 
Sponges; Ccolenterate Animals; Hydrozoans; Anthozoans 
and Beroes ; MoUascoids ; Brachiopods ; Lamellibrnchs ; 
Gasteropods; Cephalopods; Echinoderms ; the Lower Worms; 
the Higher Worms; Gnistaceans ; Insects (Arachnids and 
Myriopods); Insects (Hexapods); Review of the Higher 
Invertebrates. 

Vbbtebratb Animals ^Second Term).— Vertebrate Animals ; 
L^tocardians and Fishes; Biarsipobranchs and Elasmo- 
branchs ; Ganoids and Sirenoids; Teleosteans ; Batrachians ; 
BeptUes; Ophidians and Lacertilians ; Crocodilians and Che- 
lonians; Extinct Reptiles; Birds; Typical Birds ; Aberrant 
Birds ; Mammals ; Aplaoental Mammals ; Edentate and 
Mutilate Mammals ; Ungulate Mammals; Micromammals ; 
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BOTABT. 

{Thirty Leetum). 

GsnsRAL BoTAHT — ^Tho parts of Plants; Protoplasm and 

Vegetable Cells; Tissues of Plants; the Life of Plants; 

Classiflcation of Planto. 
Cbtftooamic Botakt — Cryptogams; Alg»; Hycetes; Hossea 

and allied Plants; Vascular Cryptogams. 
Genbbal Mobphologt of Phjbhogaiis — ^Tfae Stem; Bnd» 

and Branches; Boots; Leaves; Flowers; the Fruit; the 

Seed ; Homologies of Phsenogams. 
Special Mobphologt of PHJSNOGAMS.~Dicotyledons ; Thai- 

amiflorals; Disdflorals; Calyciflorals ; Epigynous Gamo- 

petals; Apogynous Gamoietals; Apetals; Oymnospenns; 

Monocotyledons; Epigynoiss Monocotyledons; ApogynouB 

Monocotyledons; Glumiflorals. 

Text-Books:— 

Henfrey ^Elementary Course of Botany (Second Edition, by 

Dr. Masters). 
Huxley Introduction to the Classification of Animals. 

d?he following are also recommended :^ 
Hooker, J. D.— Students Flora of the British Islands. 
Lindley — Descriptive Botany. 
Oliver— First Book of Indian Botany. 
BoUeston — ^Forms of Animal Life. 

Those who wish fully to profit by the above Lectare» 
woold do well to read, before attending them, Huxley'a 
Lessons in Elementary Physiology and Oliver's Lessons 
in Elementary Botany. 

GEOLOOT AND lfIN£RAIX)OT. 

iVq/^ssor— Bobert Harkness, f.b.s.8.l. & b., f.g.s. 
Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. 

General Structure of the Earth ; the causes at present in opera- 
tion which modify its surface ; nature of Bocks which enter 
into composition with the crust of the Globe ; description and 
classification of Sedimentary Deposits ; Organic Remains ; 
Physical Geography of tiie Earth during the several Geolo- 
gical epochs ; characters and nature of Igneous, Plutonic, 
and Metamozphic Bocks; Mineral Veins— their contents and 
mode of occurrence ; application of Geology to Engineering, 
Mining. 

Forms, Structure,Physical and Chemical characters of Minerals; 
descriptions of the most important simple minerals — circum* 
st^oes and conditions under which they are found. 

Text Books.— Lyell's Students* Blements of Geology ; Her- 
scfaell's Physical Geography ; Nicors Manual of Minendogy. 



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CIVIL ENaiNEERING. 
/Vq/essor-^Alezander Jack, m.a. 
First Year — Monday, Wednesday, and Fridaj. 
Subject of Lectures— Orthographic Projection; Descriptiye 
Geometry; Shadows; Isometric Projection; Perspectiye; 
Geometry of the Oblique Bridge ; Principles of Architecture. 
Text-Books — Hall*s Descriptiye Geometry. Engineer and Ma* 
chinist's Drawing-Book. Rickman's Architecture. Buck 
on Oblique Bridges. 

Second Tear— Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday* 
Subject of Lectnres — Sunreyinic and Leyelling. 
Text-Books— Rankine's Ciyil Engineering. Cotton's Manual 
of Railway Engineering. Williams* Geodesy. 

Third Tear— Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. 
Materials used in Construction ; Principles of Construction of 
Bridges, Roads, Railways, Canals; Hydraulic Engineering; 
Strength of Materials ; Principles of the Construction of the 
different Machines employed by the Engineer. 
Drawing Office, attended by all the Classes— Tuesday, Thurs- 
day, and Saturday. 

The first year's Class are chiefij employed in drawing 
the problems given at lectures, and a Hew easy examples 
of their application. The second and third year's Classes, 
in making working drawings of examples of the subjects 
of lectures and in mapping. 

Practical Instruction in the Field in the use of Sur* 
▼eying Instruments will be given during the Session. 



RESIDENCES. 

There is no accommodation for the residence of Stn* 
dents within the College ; but it is provided by the Stfr> 
tutes that every Matriculated Student being under the 
age of Twenty-one Years, shall reside, during the College 
']^rms, with his parent or guardian, or with some reU- 
tion or friend to whose care he shall have been committed 
by his parent or guardian, or in one of the Boarding- 
bouses, licensed by the President of the College, and 
arranged for the reception of Students, who are then 
placed under the moral care and spiritual charge of the 
Deans of Residence of their respective creeds. 

The Terms for Board and Lodging are generally at the 
rate of from £30 to £40 a year. 

N.6. — Letters from persons desiring fVirther information, to be 
addressed to the Registrar, Queen's College, Cork. 



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QUEEN'S GOLLEaE, OALWAT. 

FOUNDED DECEMBER 30, 1845. 



This College is a Corporation, founded by Letters Patent 
under the Great Seal of Ireland, under the name and 
style of the *' President and Professors of Queen's College, 
Galway." 

The General Government and Administration of the 
College under the Statutes, and in cases not provided for 
by the Statutes, is vested in a Council consisting of the 
President, and six Professors elected by the Corporate 
Body. 

ViSITOBS. 

His Grace the Lord Primate. 

His Grace the Duke of Leinster. 

The Kight Honorable the Chief Secretary for Ireland. 

The Right Beverend the Lord Bishop of Toam. 

The Most Reverend Archbishop M*Hale. 

The Right Honorable Mr. Justice Fitzgerald. 

The Right Honorable Mr. Justice Morris. 

The Moderator of the General Assembly. 

The President of the College of Physidans. 

The President of the Royal College of Surgeons. 



Frcjuiefi/.— Edward Berwick, b.a. 

Council.. 



The President. 

Thomas W. Moffett, ll.]>. 
John CleUnd, x.i>. 
Edward Townsend, x.a. 



D^Arcy W. Thompson, ■.▲. 
George J. Allman, ll.d. 
James Y. Browne, ■.]>. 



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PROFESSORS AND OFFICERS* 855 

Professors. 

Gi«ek, D'Aicy W. ThompwD, ■.▲• 

Latin, Thomas MAguire, ll.d. 

Biatbematict, . • . • Gtoorge Johnston Allman, ll.i>. 

Natural Philosophv, . . Arthur H. Curtis, ll.d. 

History, English Literature, and 
Mental Science, . . . Thomas W. Moffett, ll.d. 

Chemistrj, . • . . Thomas H, Bownej, ph.d. 

Natural History, • . Alexander G. Melyille, ■.».» 

Edin., X.R.C.S. Eng. 

Mineralogy and Geology, . Wm. King, d.sc, &c. 

Modem Languages, . . . Charles Qeisler, ph.d. 

Jurisprudence and Political 
Economy, .... William Lupton, k.a. 

English Law, .... William B. Campion, B.A., ^c. 

Anatomy and Physiology, . John Cleland, m.d., f.r.8. 

Practice of Medicine, . . Nicholas Colahan, x.d., f.b.s., 

Edin. 

Practice of Surgery, • « James V. Browne, ii.d.,l.r.c.8.i. 

Materia Medica, . . . J. P. Pye, X.D., i[.ch. 

Midwifery, .... RichardDoherty, M.D.,Hon.y.p., 

Obstetrical Society Dublin. 

Civil Engineering, • • . Edward Townsend, x.A. 

Lecturer on Medical Jurispru- 
dence, Joseph P. Pye, if.D., m.ch. 

Office-Bearers, 

Thos. W. Moffetti ll.d., .... Begistrar. 
George J. Allman, ll.d., . • • • Bursar. 
John H. Richardson, B. A., . • • • Librarian. 



Deans of Residences. 

Church of L^land, Ber. J. O'Sulliyan, v. a. 
General Assembly of the Presbyterian 

Church in IreUnd, . . . Eev. J. C. Moore, b.a. 

Wcsleyan Methodist Church, . Roy. Colin M*Kay. 

Independent Church, . . Ber. John Eydd. 



Former Professors and Officers* 

TAGATCD 

1845. Very Bey. J. W. Kirwan, President, . Died, 1849. 
1845. Edward Berwick, Vice-President, ap- 

IKunted President, .... Resigned, 1849. 

1849. Thomas Drane, x.a.. Professor of CIyU 

Engineering, Resigned, 1849. 

1850. Very Ber. J. P. 0*Toole, Vice-President. Resigned, 1852. 
1849. Morgan W. Crofton, b.a., Professor of 

Natural Philosophy, .... Resigned, 1852. 
1849. Pktrick G.Fitzgerala, Bursar, . • Died, 18M. 



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1849. John Mulcahj, ll.d.. Professor of 

Mathematics, Died, 1858. 

1849. W. E. Heam, B.A., Professor of the 

Greek Lanfniage, .... Besigned, 1854. 
1849. William Nesbitt, x.A., Fh>fes8or of the 

Latin Language, appointed to the 

Greek Professorship, .... Resigned, 1854. 
1849. Cornelius Mahonj, Professor of the 

Celtic Languages, .... Resigned, 1854. 
1849. Bernard OTlaherty. Registrar, . . Resigned, 1855. 
1849. Junes Uardiman, librarian, • . Died, 1855. 

1849. Edmond Ronalds, ph.d., Professor of 

Chemistry, . • . . Resigned, 1856. 

1853. G. Johnstone Stonev, u.a., Professor of 

Natural Philosophy, appointed Secre- 
tary of the Queen^s Unirersity, . . Resigned, 1857. 

1849. H. Law, b.a., Professor of English Law, Resigned, 1858. 

1849. Denis C. Heron, ll.d.. Professor of 

Jurispradence and Political Economy, Resigned, 1859. 

1849. Wm. B. Blood, b.a., Professor of Ciyil 

Engineering, Resigned, 1860. 

; 1657. Rev. Wm. Lough, Dean of Residences, Resigned, J 860. 

1860. Rer. Robert Huston, Dean of Residences, Resigned, 1863. 

1849. Charles Croker King, m.o , Professor of 

Anatomy and Physiology, • . Resigned, 1863. 

1862. Joseph 0*Leary, b.a., Vice-President, 

Professor of History and English 

Literature, Died, 1864» 

3853. Arthur Ireland, Bursar, . . .Died, 1864. 

1852. William Nesbitt, X.A., Professor of the 

Greek Language Resigned, 1864. 

1849. Thomas SkiUing, Professor of Agricul- 
ture, Died, 1865* 

1863. Rey. John Duncan. Dean of Residences, Resigned, 1866. 

1866. Rer. Hugh Moore, Dean of Residences, Resigned, 1867. 

1858. Rer. John Lewis, Dean of Residences, Resigned, 1867. 

1867. Rer. James Murdock, Dean of Resi- 

dences, Resigned, 1868.. 

1849. Rev. John Treanor,Dean of Residences, Resigned, 1668. 
1867. Rey. Wm. Jarrett, Dean of Residences, Resigned, 1868. 
1849. Augustus Bensbach, Professor of Modem 

Languages, Died, 1868. 

1854. Richard Blair Bagley, ila., Professor of 

Latin Died, 1869. 

1859. John E. Caimes, m.a.. Professor of 

Jurispmdenceand Political Economy, Resigned, 1870. 

1853. William Lupton, m.a.. Registrar, ap- 

pointed Professor of Jurisprudence 

and Political Economy, . . . Resigned, 1870. 
1849. Simon M'Coy, Professor of Materia 

Medica, Resigned, 1673.^ 

1668. Rer. Oliyer M«Cntcheon, Dean of Resl- ' 

denoea, Redgned, ],874» 



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THE COLLEGE SESSION. 

The College Session is divided into three Tenns. 

The First Term of the Session 1874-75 commenced on 
October 20, and ended on December 19, 1874. 

The Second Term begins January 4 ; ends March 20. 

The Third Term begins April 5 ; ends (Ses. 1874-75) 
June 12. 

The First Term (Ses. 1875-76) begins October 19; 
ends December 1 8. 



STUDENTS. 

Students are either Matriculated or Occasional. 

Matriculated Students are required to pass an Entrance 
or Matriculation Examination, and to pursue fixed courses 
of study. 

Occasional Students are permitted to attend the 
Lectures of any of the Professors, without being required 
to pass the Matriculation or any other Examination. 



MATEICULATION. 

Candidates for Degrees or Diplomas in the Queen's 
Uniyersity, or for Scholarships, Exhibitions, or Prizes, in 
Queen's College, Galway, are required to pass a Matricu- 
lation Examination. 

Students are admitted by examination to Matriculation 
in the Faculties of Arts, Law, and Medicine, and in the 
School of Engineering. In each Faculty and School 
Special Courses are prescribed for examination. 

The Matriculation Examination is held at the commence- 
ment of the First Term of each Session ; but additional 
Matriculation Examinations are held before the close of the 
Term. 

The last Matriculation Examination for Students in the 
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Candidates for Matricnlation are required to appear in 
the Registrar's Office before the Matriculation Examina- 
tion for the purpose of entering their names on the College 
books. 

Each Candidate, before being admitted to the Matricolar 
tion Examination, is required to paj to the Bursar the 
Matriculation and College Fee of ten shillings. This fee 
will be returned to such Students as maj fc^ to pass the 
Examination. 



ATTENDANCE ON LECTUEES. 

Attendance upon Lectures is strictly prescribed to all 
Matriculated Students. 

All Students shall paj the College Fee, and a moietj of 
their Class Fees, to the Bursar, and enter their names with 
the Registrar, before they are admitted to the classes of 
the several Professors. 

The Registrar shall furnish to the Professors, before the 
commencement of Lectures in each Term, the rolls of their 
several classes, and from time to time such names as shall 
be afterwards entered with him. 

Attendance upon Courses of Lectures in the Faculty of 
Arts is recognised in cases where Students pass to a dif- 
ferent Faculty or School. 

Attendance on Lectures includes preparation for Lec- 
tures ; and it is competent for a Professor who, on any 
occasion, is not satisfied with the preparation of a Student^ 
to refuse him credit for attendance. 

In case of absence arising from illness or other unavoid- 
able cause, the Student is required to lodge with the 
Registrar, immediately on recommencing his attendance, 
a letter or certificate explaining his at^nce^ to be laid 
h&Sowe the ConnciL 



EXAMINATIONS. 

A Greneral Sessional Examination is held at the close of 
each Session in the subjects upon which Lectures have 
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plementary Examination on the same sabjects at tbe com- 
mencement of the following Session. 

Every Matriculated Student in the Faculties of Arts and 
Law, and in the School of Engineering must pass either 
the General Examination or the Supplementary Examina- 
tion before his name can be entered on the College Register 
as having completed the Session ; and no Student in these 
Faculties and Schools can be permitted to enter upon the 
Course of the succeeding year until he has so completed the 
previous Session. 

No Student is admitted to the Sessional or the Supple- 
mentary Examination who has not kept the Courses of 
Lectures prescribed to Students of his class and standing.* 



SCHOLARSHIPS. 

Forty-six Junior and eight Senior Scholarsnips have 

been founded in the College. 
Of the Junior Scholarships- 
Thirty, of the value of £24 each, are appropriated to Student 

pursuing the Course prescribed for the Degree of B.A. 
Three, of the value of £20 each, to Students pursuing the Course 

for the Diploma of Elementary Law and the Degree of LL.B. 
Eight, of the value of £25 each, to Students pursuing the Course 

for the Degree of M.D. 
Five, of the value of £20 each, to Students pursuing theJCourse 

for the Degree in Civil Engineering. 

The Examinations for Junior Scholarships are held at 
the commencement of the First Term of the Session. 

No Student is allowed to become a Candidate for a 
Junior Scholarship until he has paid the CoUege Fee and 
one-half of the Class Fees for the current Session. 

No Student is permitted to present himself as a Candi- 
date for a Senior Scholarship who has not entered his name 
with the Registrar, and paid the College Fee to the Bursar* 

Junior Scholars are exempted from the payment of one 

* For University Examinations, see the ** Univenity Begula* 
ons.* 



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moiety of the Class Fees for the courses prescribed to 
Students of their focultj and standing.* 

No Student can hold the same Scholarship a second 
time. 

No Scholarship will in any case be awarded, unless the 
Candidates are, in the opinion of the Examiners, suf5.cientlj 
qualified in the prescribed courses. 

EXHIBITIONS. 

The College is empowered to award Exhibitions, vary- 
ing in value from £10 to £20, at the same Examinations 
as the Scholarships, and to be held upon the same terms. 

Exhibitioners are required to pay the whole amount of 
the Class Fees for the Session. 

No Student is allowed to compete for a Junior Scholar- 
ship or Exhibition in any course substantially the same as 
that in which he has already held a Scholarship or Exhi- 
bition. 

PRIZES, 

The College is empowered to award Prizes, by Exami- 
nation, at the close of the Session, to the most distin- 
guished answerers in the several courses of study pursued 
during the Session. 

Two prizes for English prose composition, and two 
prizes for Geometry, luive been founded in the College, to 
be awarded annuaUy at entrance : — ^first prize for English 
prose composition, £3 worth of books; second do., £2 
worth of books: first prize for Geometry, £3 worth of 
books ; second do., £2 worth of books. 

All Candidates for Scholarships, Exhibitions, or Prizes, 
must have passed the Matriculation Examination in the 
Faculty or School to which the Scholarships, Exhibitions, 
or Prizes are attached. 



OCCASIONAL STUDENTS. 
Occasional Students are those who are permitted to attend 
the Lectures of any of the Professors without being re- 

* This exemption does not extend to the Honor Lectures 
attended by theia out of the order of studies laid down in the 
curricttlum, nor to the conise of Medical Jurispradence. 



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OCCA8IOHAL STUDENTS — FEES. 361 

quired to pass the Matriculation or any other examination. 
They are required to paj to the Bursar the regulated Fees 
for the Classes proposed to be attended, and to sign an 
engagement to observe order and discipline in the College. 
Thej are not entitled to compete for Scholarships or other 
CoUegiate distinctions. 

During the term of their attendance on College Lectures 
thej are admitted to read in the Library ; and, on pay- 
ment of a deposit of £1, are permitted to take out two 
volumes on loan, under the same regulations as Matricu- 
lated Students. 

Every Occasional Student must pay to the Bursar one- 
half of his Class Fees before his name can be entered on 
the rolls of the several Classes, and the remainder at the 
commencement of the second Term. 



STUDENTS OF OTHER UNIVERSITIES. 

Any Student who shall have pursued part of his colle- 
giate studies in any one of the Queen's Colleges, or in any 
University capable of granting Degrees in the several Fa- 
culties of Arts, Law, and Medicine, and any Legal or 
Medical Student who shall have pursued part of his Legal 
or Medical Studies under teachers recognised by the Senate 
of the Queen's University, on passing sach Examinations, 
and fulfilling such other conditions as the Council shaU 
prescribe, may take corresponding rank in this College ; 
and also may compete for Scholarships or other Prizes of 
the corresponding year, provided he shall not hold at the 
same time a Scholarship or other office of emolument in 
any other University, CoUege, or Medical School. 



PEES. 

The College Fees payable by Matriculated Students are 
lOs, at the commencement of the first year, and 5«. at the 
commencement of each subsequent year. 

The Fees payable by Students, whether Matriculated or 
Non-Matricidated, to the several Professors for attendance 
on the several Pass Courses of Lectures or instruction, are 
£1 for each Course extending over one Term only, and £2 

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for each Course extending over more than one Term of a 
Session, when attended for the first time, and £1 for each 
re-attendance on the same. 

This rule applies in all cases except the following : — 

The Fee payable for the Course of Anatomy and Phy- 
siology is £3, when attended for the first time, and £2 fbr 
every subsequent attendance; and the Fee payable for 
Practical Anatomy or Practical Chemistry is £3 for each 
attendance. 

The Fees payable for attendance upon Honor Courses of 
Lectures and upon Courses of Special Instruction not 
prescribed as a qualification for a Degree or other Univer- 
sity distinction, are £2 for each Course, whether attended 
for the first time or re-attended. 

This rule does not apply to special instruction in Prac« 
tical Chemistry and in Operative Surgery. In the former 
case, the Fee is regulated by the time spent in the labora- 
tory, at the rate of £1 a month. The Fee for Operative 
Surgery is £3. 

Matriculated Students who attend voluntary Courses 
are, so far as these Courses are concerned, regarded as 
Non-Matriculated. 

Table showing in each case the minimum amount of Fees 
payable by Students to the College and for attendance 
on the several prescribed Courses of Lectures and In- 
struction : — 





First 


Second 


Third 




Se«ion. 


Senion. 


Session. 




£ #. d. 


£ «. 4, 


£ s. d. 


Ifaleholer, 


9 10 


7 5 


8 5 


6 


3 15 


4 5 


For the Degree of M.D., . . 

If a Scholar,* . . . . 


— 


_ 




_ 


_ 


_ 


Por the Diploma of Elementary Law, . 


4 10 


4 5 


16 


If a Scholar in Lair, . 


3 10 


15 


1 5 


For the Degrees of LL.B. and LL.D., . 
IfaSoholarinArta, . 


13 10 


11 5 


10 6 


9 


7 15 


6 IS a 


If a Scholar in Uw, . 


11 10 


9 5 


6 5 




10 10 
5 10 


10 6 
6 5 


8 5 
8 5 


Por the Diploma oV Licentiate in ArtM, \ 


7 10 


9 5 





* The Fees for the Degree of M.D. vary according to the coune 
of atudy pursued. 



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In all cases the Fees are payable in two instalments* 
The first instalment includes the College Fee — which is 
lOs, for the first year, and 5s, for every subsequent year — 
and a moiety of the Class Fees payable to the several Pro- 
fessors whose lectures are prescribed in the curriculum. 
This first instalment is payable at the commencement of 
the First Term in which the Student enters. The second 
instalment — consisting of the remaining moiety of the 
Class Fees — ^is payable at the commencement of the Second 
Term. Scholars are exempted from the payment of this 
latter moiety. 

KESmENCES. 
It is provided by the Statutes that every Matriculated 
Student under the age of Twenty-one Years, shall reside, 
during the College Terms, with his parent or guardian, or 
with some relation or friend to whose care he shall have 
been committed by his parent or guardian, or in a Board- 
ing-house licensed by the President of the College, and 
arranged for the reception of Students, where he shall be 
placed under the moral care and spiritual charge of the 
Dean of Residences of his creed. 



DISCIPLINE. 

All Matriculated Students are required to wear a cap 
and gown. 

A penalty of sixpence shall be imposed on any Student 
who shall appear within the quadrangle without his cap 
and gown. 

The Porter at the lodge is instructed to report to the 
Bursar the name of any Matriculated Student who shall 
appear within the quadrangle without his cap and gown, 
and also to intimate to the Student at the time that he will 
be reported. 

Any Student so reported shall pay the fine to the Bursar 
within one week, without receiving further notice, and the 
fine shall be doubled every week that the fineremainsunpaid. 

A Professor may infiict a fine not exceeding 2s, 6d. on 
any Student for any breach of discipline in his class which 
he does not consider of sufficient importance to bring under 
the notice of the Council. 

Members of the Library Committee may infiict a fine 

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364 queen's college, galway. 

not exceeding 2s. 6d, on any Student, for any breach of 
discipline in the Library, which they do not consider of suffi- 
cient importance to bring under the notice of the Council. 

LIBRARY REGULATIONS. 

The Library is open from the commencement of the 
Session to the 1st of March, between the hours of 10 a.m. 
and 4 p.m., and from the 1st of March to the 1st of July, 
between the hours of 10 a.m. and 5 p.m., except (1) on 
College holidays; (2) for a period of five days in the 
Christmas and Easter recesses respectively. 

The Library is closed during the month of July, ex- 
cept for one hour each week, when the Librarian attends 
to issue books. From the 1st of August to the commence- 
ment of the College Session the Library is open between 
the hours of 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. 

No Student is admitted to the Library without subscrib- 
ing the following declaration : — 

We the undersigned do hereby promise to the President and 
Council of the Queen's College, Galway, that we will not mark, 
tarn down the leaves of, or write on paper placed upon, or in any 
way whatsoeyer soil, deface, injure, or remove, without permis- 
■sion, any book or document in the Library of said College. We 
4il$o promise that we will not injure the Library furniture; that 
we will faithfully observe all the rules made for the regrolation of 
the Library, and that we will acquaint the College Authorities 
with any serious instance of violation of the above rules which 
may come under our notice. 

No Student can borrow books from the Library until 
he has deposited the sum of £1 with the Bursar. 

No Student can have more than two volumes on loan 
from the Library at the same time. 

No Student can retain a volume borrowed from the 
Library more than one week ; but the borrower, on return- 
ing the book, may renew the loan, if the book has not been 
in the meantime applied for. 

Any Student, on receiving at any time a notice from the 
Librarian, must return, within twenty-four hours, the 
books belonging to the Library in his possession. 

Any person losing or injuring a book belonging to the 
Library must replace it by another eopy of the same 
edition and of equal value, or pay such a sum of money as 
will enable the College to replace it. 



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PRACTICAL CUEMISTRV — TUB MUSEUM, &C. 365 

PRACTICAL CHEMISTRY. 
The College Laboratory is open daily (Saturday except- 
ed) from 10 till 4, under the direction of the Professor 
and his assistant, for the reception of Students wish- 
ing to acquire a knowledge of Chemical manipulation 
and analysis. The fee is regulated by the time spent in 
the Laboratory, at the rate of £ I per month* 



THE MUSEUM. 
The College authorities being desirous that the Museum 
should contain a complete collection of the Minerals and 
Objects of Natural History in this Province, donations of 
Minerals, Fossils, Shells, Birds, or other objects of 
Natural History, Models of Machinery and Agricultural 
Implements, specimens of materials used in Manufactures 
or the Arts, Antiquarian llemains, and Objects of Art, 
will be thankfully received and acknowledged. 



PROVISION FOR THEOLOGICAL STUDENTS. 

Graduates of the Queen's University in Ireland can 
obtain a Divinity Testimonium qualifying for admission 
into Holy Orders in the Church of England, by studying 
two years afler taking their B.A. Degree, at St. Aidan's 
College, Birkenhead. 

Prospectuses of the Courses pursued in St. Aidan's Col- 
lege may be had on application to the Registrar, Queen's 
College, Galway. 

Graduates of the Queen's University are excused from 
attendance during the first of the two years over which 
the Theological Course of St. Bee's College, Cumberland, 
extends, and are admitted at once to the Second Year's 
Course on passing a preliminary examination in one of the 
Greek Gospels, the first nine chapters of Paley's Evidences, 
and the History of the Pentateuch. 



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368 queen'8 college, oalwat. 

FACULTY OF ARTS. 

THE DEGREES OF B.A. AND M.A. 

1. — The Degree of Bachelor in Arts. 

Candidates for the Degree of B.A. in the Queen's Uni- 
versitj, must, on entering Queen's College, Galwaj, pass 
the following Matriculation Examination. 

MATHEMATICS. 

Arithmetic— Indading Vulgar and Decimal Fractions, the Bule 
of Three, Simple Interest, and the Extraction of the Square Boot. 

Algehra—Inclading Fractions, Proportion, and the Solution of 
Simple Equations. 

Gteometrj—Eudid, Books I., II. 

THE GREEK LANGUAGE. 

Any one of the following hooks which the candidate 
may select : — 

Homer— Iliad, Books I. and II. 
Xenophon — Anabasis, Books I. and II. 
New Testament — The Gospel of St. John. 

THE LATIN LANGUAGE, 

Any one of the following authors which the candidate 
may select : — 

Virgil— JEneid, Books I.--.V. 

Horace— Odes, Book I. ; Satires, Book L 

Sallust — Conspiracy of Catiline, and Jugnrthine War. 

Caesar— Gallic War, Books V., VI. 

Be-translation from English into Latin of portions of Cesar. 

HISTORY AND THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE. 

History, Grecian and Roman, Outlines of. 
Geography, Ancient and Modem, Outlines of. 
Grammar, English Grammar and Composition. 

Students are admitted to the Uniyersity EzaminatioR 
for this Degree, who, after having passed the Matriculation 
Examination, have attended the CoUege Lectures for at 
least two full Terms in each Session, have passed the 
prescrihed CoUege Examinations, and are recommended for 
promotion to the Degree hy the President of the College. 
The Session extends from the third Tuesday in Octoher 



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369 



to the second Saturday in the following June, with short 
recesses at Christmas and Easter. Each Session consists 
of three Terms. 

Por the Regulations as to the First Unirersity Examination in 
Arts, and the Examination for the Degrees of B. A. and M.A., see 
tho UniTersitj Regulations. 

DAYS AND HOURS OP LECTURES. 



Sabjeota. 



Teniu. Hon. Taes. Wod. Than. FrL Sftt. 



Year 



2nd 
Yow 



3wl ^ 
Y«u 



Fronohy • • • 
Oernun, . . • 
UtinCpMiX . . 
Ora«k(pa«), . 
Uathematioa Ifum), 
English, 

Lfttin (honor), . . 
Greek (honor), . 
Mathematiei (honor), 

Frpnohf • • • 

Oerman, . 

Greek, . . 

L»Un, 

Mathematics (pass), 

Natural PhUosophy (pass) 

Logie, 

Uathematies (honor). 

Natural Philosophy (honori 

Zoology or Botany, 

Chemistry, 

English Langnage and Li< 

tetmtnre, 
Uetaphyslos, . 
History, . 
Logic, . 



1.2,3, 
1,S. S. 
1* S, 3, 
1, 2, 8. 
1,9.8, 

1. S, 3, 
1, », 3, 
1,2,3, 

1, 2, 3, 
1,2,3. 
1. 2, 3. 
1,2,8. 
1. 2. 3, 
1, 2, 3, 

2. 
1. 2, 3, 
1, 2, 3, 

1. 2, 3, 
1.2,3, 

1,2, 
1,2, 
1.2, 



10 
12 
11 

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12 



JUNIOR SCHOLARSHIPS IN ARTS. 
Of the Thirty Junior Scholarships appropriated to 
Students in the Faculty of Arts — 

Ten are tenable by Students of the First Year. 
Ten M $f Second Year. 

Ten „ „ Third Year. 

Of the ten Junior Scholarships in Arts tenable by Stu- 
dents of each year, five are awarded for proficiency in 
literary studies, and five for proficiency in scientific stu- 
dies ; hut it is competent for the Council, in case Scholar- 
ships in either department are withheld on the ground of 
insufficient answering, to assign the unawarded Scholar- 
ships to the other department. 



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The Examination for Junior Scholarships in Arts of 
-the first year takes place immediately after the first Matri- 
culation Examination of the Session, and is open to all 
Students of the first year, who have passed that Examin- 
ation, and have paid the regulated fees. Those Candidates 
to whom Scholfu^hips are then awarded hold their Scho- 
larships for one year. 

There is a further Examination, at the commencement 
of the second year, which is open to all Matriculated Stu- 
dents in Arts of that year who have passed the Examin- 
ation and attended the lectures prescribed to Students of 
the first year, and who have paid the regulated fees. 

Those Candidates to whom Scholarships are awarded 
at this further Examination, hold their Scholarships for 
two years, provided (1) they answer sufficiently in two 
Honor Courses at the Sessional Examination of the second 
year ; (2) they pass the First Examination for the Degree 
ofB.A. 

K any student be placed, at the Examinations for Junior 
Scholarships in Arts, first on both the lists of Candidates, 
he is entitled to a Scholarship of each division ; but in 
no other case can two Scholarships be held by the same 
Student. 

SCHOLARSHIP EXAMINATIONS.— SESSION lB76-7<«. 



LiTEIlABT SCHOLABSHIPS, FlBST YbAE. 
THE GREEK LANQUAOB. 

Homer—Iliad, Book XXIII. 
Sophodes — ^Ajax. 

Xenophon — The AnabasiB, Books I. and lY. 
Note. — A paper will be set of questionB on Greek Grammar, 

touching on declensions, conjugations, ordinaxy rules of 

Syntax, and idiomatic constructions. 

THE LATIN LANGUAGE. 

Vurgil— The ^neid. Books I., 11, 
Horace— The Odes, Books I., II. 
Cicero — Pro Lege Manilla. 
Sollust — Jugurthine War. 
T/ivy, Book I. 

Cesar, de Bello GaUico, Book I. 
A paper will be set in Latin Grammar. 



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COMPOSITION* 

In Greek, Latin, and English, Froae.* 

HISTOBT AND OEOGBAPHT 

Oredan History, to the Death of Alexander. f 
Boman Hittoiy, to the Accesaion of Augastoa.^ 
Oatlinea of Ancient and Modem Geography. § 



Science Scholarships, First Year. 

mathematics. 

Arithmetic : — 
Inclnding Vnlgar and Decimal Fractions, the Rale of Three» 
Simple Interest, and the Extraction of the Square Boot. 

Algebra :^ 
Including the Solntion of Simple and Quadratic Equations ; 
Arithmetical and Geometricid Progressions; Permutations 
and Combinations; the Binomial Theorem; the nature of 
Logarithms. 

Geometrj : — 

Euclid, Books L, H., III., lY., and YL, with definitions of 
BookV. 

Plane Trigonometry : — 
So far as to include the Solution of Triangles. 
The use of Logarithmic and Trigonometrical Tables. 

LiTEBABT Scholarships, Second Tear. 

THE GREEK LANGUAGE. 

Homer-.niad, Books ZYI., XYIII., XXII. 
Thucydides, Book III. 
^Bschylua— Prometheus Yinctus. 
Sophocles— Antigone. 
Euripides— .Bacc£». 

THE LATIN LANGUAGE. 

Cioero— Tosculan Disputations, Book I. 

„ Letters to his brother Quintus, Book 11. 

* Ber. T. E. Arnold's Introductory Works on Greek and L&tia 
l^ose Composition are recommended. 

f Dr. William Smith's History of Greece is recommended. 

I Lidde11*s Boman Historr is recommended. 

$Dr. William Smith's fiandbook of Ancient Qeographyjis 
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Tadtus— Annala, Book XIV. 
Terence-^Adelplii, Phormio. 
CatuUus— Car. LXIV. 
Ovid — MetamorphoBee — Book XIII. 
A piece of unprepared Latin. 



THE ENGIilSH liANOUAGS. 

Bain's English Grammar. 

JJohnflon'8 Vanity of Human Wishes. \ /, tt i ^ 

Gray's Elegr and Bard. f „^ ^n Hales* 

Goldsmith's Trayeller and Deserted Village, r ^^«^ Enghsb 
Coleridge's Ancient Mariner. ) Poems"). 

Macaulay's Essays on Clive and Hastings. 






MODERN LANGUAGES. 

French : — 

1. The modem French Header, hy Cassal and Karcher, Senior 

Course (London : TrUbner and Co.). 

2. Translation from English into French (from mateiiab for 

transhitmg English into French Otto, page 1-80). 

Or, 

German : — 

1. Schiller— Der NeflTe als Onkel. 

2. Schiller's Mary Stuart— Acts L and II. 

3. Otto — German Grammar, 12th edition, to Syntax (page 266X 

4. Translation from English into German. 

HISTORY Ain> GEOGRAPHY* 
As in the First Year. 

composition/ 

In Greek, Latin, and English. 



Science Scholarships, Second Year. 

MATHEMATICS. 

The Course appointed for Science Scholarships of the 
first year. 

Algebra:— 

Nature and Simple Transformations of Equations ; the Sola, 
tion of Cnbic and Biquadratic Equations; Method of Inde- 
terminate Coefficients. 



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Geometry :— 

Elements of Solid Geometry. 
Trigonometry : — 

Plane and l^hericaL 
Analytic Geometry : 

Discunion of the £qaatlonB of the Bight Line and Circle. 

The Frofessor^s Lectures to the Class of the First Year* 



Sbkiob Sgholabships. 

The College is empowered to award Seven Scholar- 
ships, of the Talue of forty pounds each, by Examination, 
to the most distinguished Students who shall have pro- 
ceeded to the Degree of B A., for proficiency in special 
departments of study. Of these Scholarships one is 
awarded for proficiency in each of the following depart- 
ments: — 

1. The Greek and Latin Languages, and Ancient Histoiy. 

3. The Modem Languages, and Modem History. 

3. Mathematics. 

4. Natural Philosophy. 

5. Metaphysical and Economical Science. 

6. Chemistry. 

7. Katural History. 

I.— GREEK AND IiATIN ItAKOUAOXS, AND AUCIENT 
HISTOBT. 

The Greek Language : — 
Thncydides, Book I. 
Demosthenes — Contrk Meidiam. 
Aristophanes — ^The Knights. 

iBschylus — Agamemnon, Choephor89 and Eumenides. 
Translation from a passage of unprepared Greek. 

The Latin Language :— 

Cicero— De Republic^ and De Legibus. 
Lucretius, IV.-VL 
Yhrgil-^iBneid, Books VIL— XIL 
Flautus — Stichus. 
Juvenal and Fersius. 
Catullus— Ellis' Selections. 
OTidp^-Fastl, Books L, 13., m 
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Composition in Greek and Laiin Prose. 

Ancient History:— 

Curtiua' History of Greece, translated by Ward, two flrrt Vols. 
Mommsen's Boman History, chapters on Constitution. 

n. — ^MODEBN LANGUAGES AND MODEBN HI8T0BT. 

The English Language :— 

Chaucer— Prologue to the Canterbury Tales. 
Shakespeare— Hamlet and Julius Caesar. 
Milton— Paradise Lost, Books I., II. 
Dxyden's Absalom and Achitophel. 
Dr. Johnson's Lives of Milton and Dryden. 
Burke's ThoughU on the Present I^iscontenta, and the two 
Speeches on America. 

The French Language: — 

1. Ponsard— L'Honneur et T Argent. 

2. Guizot — Histoire de la Civilisation en Europe. 

3. Bacine— Britannicus. 

4. Geruzez— Histoire abr^g^e de la Litt^ratnre fran^aise, from 

page 153 to the end. 

5. Brachet*s Grammaire historique de la Langue fran9ai8e. 

6. Translation from English into French (partly from Cogery's 

Third French Course). 

The German Language:— 

1. Schiller— Brant von Messina— Acts L and IL 

2. Gothe— Tasso—Acts L and n. 

3. Thesaurus of German Poetry, by GrsBser, pages 181-S84 ; 

and Introduction (Short History of German Poetry). 

4. Translation from English into German. 

Modem History :— 

History of Great Britun and Ireland fh>m 1603 to 1880. 
History of France during the same period. 

in. — ^MATHEMATICS. 

The Mathematical Course appointed for the Science 
Scholarship of the secondyear; theory of AlgebraicalEqua- 
tionSy including their numerical solution ; Analytic Geo- 
metry of two and of three dimensions; Di&rential and 
Integral Calculus, including its application to Geometry. 



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TV. — ^N ATDBAjL FHILOSOTKX. 

TodhonteT's Statics. 

Tait and Steele's DTnamics, and Boath's Dynamics of a Bigid 

Body. 
Walton's Hydrostatical Problems. 
Parkinson's Optics. 
Hymer^s Astronomy. 
Jamin's Traits de Physique. 
Lloyd's Lectures on the Wave Theory of Light. 
The Professor's Lectures to the Honor Class of the Third Year. 



T. METArHYSICAL AND ECONOMIC SdBNCB. 

Metaphysics : — 

Descartes— Meditationes de Prima Philosophia. 

Sir William Hamilton— Lectures on Metaphysics, VoL 11. 

Mill— Examination of Sir William Hamilton's Philosophy^ 

Lectures VIII. to XV., both indusire. 
Webb— Intellectuallsm of Locke. 

Jarispradence : — 

Jurisprudence as treated in the Professor's Lectures. 

Austin's Jurisprudence. 

Maine's Ancient Law. 

Modem Boman Law, by Tomkins and Jenckens. 

Political Economy : — 

Political Economy, as treated in the Professor's Lectures. 

Mill's Principles of Political Economy. 

Bicardo's PoUtical Economy, Chapters VH. to XVI. 

Senior's Political Economy. 

Caimes' Logical Method of Political Economy. 

Goschen's Foreign Exchanges. 

Price's Currency. 



YL — CHEMISTBT. 



Theoretical Chemistry : — 

Miller's Elements of Chemist^ (third edition). 
Wurtz' Introduction to Chemical Philosophy. 
Hoflhian's Modem Chemistry. 
Watts' Dictionaxy of Chemistnr. 
Fownes' Chemistry (tenth editton). 



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Practical Chemutry : — 

Analysis, and an acquaintance with Kanipolation to the extent 
to which it is carried oat in the PracUoal Courte prescribed 
for Medical Students will be considered the minimom. (Bow- 
man's Introduction to Practical Chemistry is recommended.) 

Tn. — ^NATUKAI. HISTORY. 

Henfrej*s Botany (Second Edition). 
RoUeston's Animal Forms. 
\, Dallas's Animal Kingdom; Nicholson's Zoology. 
Whewell's Philosophy of the Inductive Sciences, Vol. I.. Book 
Vn., Chap. I.; Book VIII., Chaps. I., U., IV.; Book 
IX., Chap. VI. 
Whewell's History of the Inductive Sciences, Vol. HI., Book* 

xvi.,xvn. 

Practical Examinations in Botany and Zoology. 



Fbactical Coubsb fob Commebcial ANB GeITESAIi 

FUBSUITS. 

In order to extend the advantages of higher edacation 
to youths intended for Commercial and general pursuits, 
the Senate has resolved to institute special courses of in- 
struction, and to grant Diplomas, conferring the title of 
Licentiate in Arts, under certain conditions-»(see Univer* 
sity Regulations). 

In compliance with the first of the specified conditions^ 

the Council of the Queen's College, Galway, has instituted 

the following Course for the Matriculation Examination : — 

Matheuatics. 

Arithmetic — Including Vulgar and Pecimal Fractions » the 

Rule of Three, Simple Interest, and the Eztmction of the 

Square Boot. 

Algebnu-Including Fractions, Proportion, and the Solution of 

Simple Equations. 
Geometry— Euclid, Books I., EL 

Geogbapht and the English Lanouaos. 
Geography-^Andent and Modem, Outlines of. 
Qranmiar— English Grammar and Composition. 

The Council will confer two Exhibitions — one of the 
▼alue of £16, and one of the value of £12 — on the best 
answerers in the Course for Matriculation, should their 
answering be found to deserve such a reward. 



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FACULTY OF LAW. 877 

Candidates for Exhibition shall be allowed to offer, in 
addition to the subjects of the ordinary Matriculation 
Examination, one or two, but not more, of the following^ 
subjects: — 

Latin, French, German, Chemistry, Natm*al Philosophy, Natu- 
ral History ; these subjects to be of equal ralue with the or- 
dinary subjects, and with each other. 

No Student who has held a Scholarship or Exhibition 
in any of the existing Faculties or Schoob shall be admit- 
ted a Candidate for &ese Exhibitions. 



FACULTY OF LAW. 
Diploma of Elementary Law. 
Candidates for the Diploma of Elementary Law are re* 
quired to pass a Matriculation Examination in ihe follow- 
ing subjects :-* 

GREEK. 

Xenophon — Anabasis, Book I. 
Grammar. 

LATIlf. 

One of the following authors : — 
Ctesar—GaUic War, Book V . 
Virgil — ^neid. Book I. 
Betranslatlon from English into Latin of portions of Caesar. 

HISTORY AND THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE. 
History — Outlines of Grecian and Roman History. 
Geographj— Outlines of Ancient and Modem Geography. 
Engliso—Engllsh Grammar and Composition. 

MATHEMATICS. 

Arithmetic — Including Vulgar and Decimal Fractions, the Rule 
of Three, Simple Interest, and the Extraction of the Square 
Boot. 

Algebra— Including Fractions, Proportion^ and the Solution 
of Simple Equations. 

Qeometry-^udid, Books I., U. 

Students who have passed the Matriculation Examina- 
tion, and haye pursued, during three years, the following 
Courses of Study, are admitted to Examination for the I)i- 
ploma of Elementary Law : — 

riBSTTSAB. 

The Law of Property, and the Principles of Conyeyancing. 
Jurisprudence; 



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SECOND TEAR. 

Equity and Bankraptcj. 
Civil Law. 

THIRD TEAR. 

Oommon and Criminal Law. 



JUNIOR SCHOLARSHIPS IN LAW. 
Of the three Junior Scholarships appropriated to the 
Facully of Law, one is awarded to a Student of the First 
Tear, one to a Student of the Second Year, and one to a 
Student of the Third Year. 



Subjects of .Examination. — ^Fibst Year, 
law of fbofsbtt, &c. 
Williams' RealPropertj. 

JUBISPBUDENCE AND CIVIL LAW. 

ReTiew of Austin's Jurisprudence, by J. S. Mill (Edinburgh 
Review, October, 1863 ;^ or Mill's Dissertotions and Essays, 
Vol. III.) 

Sandars' Institutes of Justinian, Introduction. 

iCaine's Ancient Law, chaps. I., II., III., V., and IX. 



Second Ysab. 
All the business of the preceding Session* 

EQUITY. 

Smith's Manual of Equity Jurisprudence. 

LAW OF PBOPEETTy &C. 

Williams* Personal Property; Smith's Lectures on the Iaw of 
Contracts. 

JUEISFBUDENCE AND CITIL LAW. 

The same as the coarse for the first year, together with 

Jurisprudence as treated in the Professor's Lectures. 
Austin's Jurisprudence, Vol. I., 3rd Ed. 
Sandars* Justinian, Books I. and II. 
Maine's Ancient Law. 

Third Year. 
All the business of the two preceding Sessions. 

LAW 

Broom's Commentaries on the Common Law, Books IL, UL 

andlY. 
White and Tudor's Leading Cases in Eqoi^, toL L 



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FACULTY OF LAW. 375^ 

JUBISFBUDSNCS AND CIVIL LAW* 

The same as the coarse for the second jear, together with 

JurUprudence as treated in the Professor's Lectnres. 

The remainder of Austin's Jurisprudence. 

The remainder of Sandars' Justinian. 

Modern Roman Law by Tomkins and Jenckent. 

THE DBGREE8 OF LL.B. AND LLJ>. 

' For the re^rnlations as to the Examinations for the Diploma in 
Elementary Law, and for the Degrees of LL.B. and LL.D., tee 
UniTersity Regulations. 

Sbniob Scholarship. 

The Gollese is empowered to award one Scholarship of 
the Talue of forty pounds, by Examination, to the most dis- 
tinguished Student who shall haye proceeded to the Degree 
of B.A., and who shall have attended during three Sessions, 
and have completed the Course of legal study herein pre- 
scribed to Students of the first, second, and third Sessions. 
The following is the Course prescribed for Examination : — 

JUBISPKUDENCE AND CIVIL LAW. 

The same as the course in these subjects for the Third 
Tear's Scholarship in Law, together with Spence's Equity 
Jurisdiction of the Court of Chancery, part L, and the 
Professor's Lectures. 

PBINCIFLES OF CONSTITUTIONAL AND INTSBNATIONAL 
LAW. 

HaUam's Constitutional History of England; Broom's Consti- 
tutional Law ; Kent's " Lectures on International Law" (prefixed 
to his *' Commentaries"); Letters of "Historicns.'' 

ENGLISH LAW. 

All the business of the preceding Sessions, together with 
Smith's Leading Cases, in Law ; White and Tudor*8 
Leading Cases, yoL II.; Best on Evidence; Archbald's 
Consolidated Criminal Statutes. 

The Senior Scholar will be required to attend daring 
his year of office Courses of Lectures on Evidence and 
Pleading, and on Colonial and Constitutional Law. 



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PRIVILEGES OF LAW STUDENTS. 

By the recent regulations of the Benchers of the King's 
Inns, Candidates for the Bar who attend the Law Lec- 
tures in the Qaeen's Colleges, possess the same priyileges 
as Students who attend the Lectures in Trinily College, 
DubUn. 

Students intending to proceed £>r the Certificate of the 
Law Professors, so as to entitle them to serve an appran- 
ticeship of four years instead oifivcy under the proyisiooa 
of an Act for amending the several Acts for the Reguia^ 
tions of Attorneys and Solicitors (14 & 15 Vict cap. 
88), are required to enter their names with the Registrar^ 
either as Matriculated or Non-Matriculated Students^ 
and pay the necessary College and Class fees to the Bursar 
before the commencement of the Law Lectures in each 



Such Students are required to attend all the Lectuies 
and pass all the Examinations prescribed for the first and 
second years of the Course of Study for Candidates for the 
Diploma of Elementary Law. 



FACULTY or MEDICINE. 

degrees of m.d. and m.ch. 

[For the Begalations as to the First University Examinatioo 
in Medicine, and the Examinations for the Degrees of M.D. and 
M.Ch., see Uniyersity Begulations.] 

MATRICULATION. 
Candidates for the Degrees o£ M.D. and M.Ch. in the 
Queen's Universily are required to pass a MatriculatiaD 
Examination in the following subjects: — 

OBSSK. 
Xenophon— The Anabasis, Book L 
Grammar. 

LATIN. 

One of the following authors : — 
Virgil-^iBQeid, Book L 
^Cffisar— Gallic War, Book V. 
Betranalation from English into Latin of portions of Cesar. 



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FACni.TT OF BfSDlClNE. 



881 



XNGU8H. 

GTammar tnd Composition. 

MATHEMATICS. 

Aiithmetic and Algebra :— - 

The First four Roles of Arithmetic ; Vulgar and Dedmal Frac- 
tions ; the Rule of Three ; Addition, Suhtraction, Multiplication 
and Division of Algebraical Quantities ; Simple Eqoatiozu. 

Geometry : — 
Euclid. Books I. and II. 

HI6T0BT AND GEOGBAPHT. 

History : — 

Outlines of Grecian and Roman historj.* 
Geography : — 

Outlines of Ancient and Modern Geography.! 



DAYS AND HOURS OF LECTURES. 



Subjooti. 



Mntlu Hon. Tnat. Wed. Thnr. Fri. Sat. 



1ft 



Snd 
Period. 



Frenoh, 
Oerman, 

Botany and Zoology . 
Bzperimental PhysiMy 
Chemutry, 
Logic, 

Anatomy and Phyaiology, 
Praotioal Anatomy, 
Praotioal Chemistry, . 
^ Materia Medioa, . 



Praotioal Anatomy, 
Anatomy and Phyriology, 
Surgory, . • • 
Uidwifory, . 
Medioine, 
^Medioal Jariq>radeno6^ 



VI. 
VI. 
VI. 
VI. 
VI. 



10 



12 



* Chepmell's Short Course of History is Tocommended. 

t Rev. T. K. Arnold's Handhooks are recommended. 

% Opportunities for Hospital Attendance and Clinical Instruc- 
tion arc afforded to Students in the County Infirmary and Town 
Hospitals, which are in the immediate vicinity of the College. 
Clinical Lectures are giren on Tuesdays and Fridays, and Prac- 
tical Instruction on the other days of the week, at 10 a.m. Ail 
communications respecting the Hospitals should be addressed to 
the Honorary Secretary of the Climcal Board, to whom the Fee 
of £4 is payable. 



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382 queen's coixege, gai.wat. 

SCHOLARSHIPS. 
Eight Junior Scholarships are appropriated to the Fa- 
culty of Medicine of the value of £25 each. Of these — 
Two are allotted to Students of the First Year. 
Two ,» „ Second Tear. 

Two „ „ Third Year. 

Two ,• „ Fourth Year. 



REGULATIONS RESPECTING MEDICAL SCHOLAR- 
SHIPS AND EXHIBITIONS. 
(Scholars are required to pay only one-half of the ordinary class 
fee for eadi obligatory course of lectures.) 

All Scholars and Exhibitioners are required to pass the 
Sessional Examination. 

First Year's Scholarships. 

All Students Ti^ho have passed the Matriculation Exa- 
mination may compete for the Scholarships of the first year. 

For the one Scholarship the Examination will embrace 
the course prescribed for the Literary Scholarships of the 
first year in the Faculty of Arts. 

For the other Scholarship, the Course prescribed for 
Science Scholarships of the first year in the Faculty of Arts. 

If, at either of these Examinations, a competent Candi- 
date do not present himself, the Scholarship assigned to 
that department may be awarded to the other department, 
if there be in the latter a second candidate duly qualified. 

A Student to whom a Scholarship or Exhibition of the 
first year has been awarded, shall attend the following 
courses: — 

A Modem Language. t Chemistry. 

Natural Philosophy. I Botany and Zoology. 

Anatomy. | 



Second Year's Scholarships. 

To be allowed to compete for a Scholarship of the second 
year, a Student must be of not more than one year's 
standing in some school recognised by the Senate of the 
Queen's University. 

A Candidate may select for the subjects of his Exami- 
nation four of the following subjects, of which Practical 



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TACULTT OF MEDICim. 888 

Anatomy mnst be one. The number placed opposite each 
sabject in the following list shall be the standard mark, 
and no mark under one-fifth of the standard mark shall 
be taken into account in any subject ^-* 

Pnictical Anatomyt 1,000 

Anatomy and Phjaiology, 600 

Chemistry, 1,000 

Botany, 600 

Zoology, 600 

A Moaern Language, 600 

Natural Philosophy, 600 

SUBJECTS OF EXASaNATION. 
FBBNCB.* 

The Modem French Beader ^Junior Course), by Cassal and 
Earcher (London : Trlibner and Co.)* 

Translation from English into French (from Otto*s French 
Grammar). 

GERMAN.* 

Schiller— Der Nefie als Onkel (in Otto's German Beader^ 

Third Part> 
Otto's German Grammar, to page 266 (Syntax), 

NATURAii Philosophy. — ^Elements of Mechanics, Hy- 
drostatics, Pneumatics, Acoustics, Optics, Heat, Electricity^ 
Galvanism, and Magnetism. 

ZooLOGT.-^Yertebrata. Practical Examination. 

Botany. — Structural and Physiological Botany; Prin* 
ciples of Classification ; Characters of the Natural Orders 
yielding medicinal plants. Practical Examination. 

Anatomy and Physiology. — Cartilage, Bone, the 
Fibrous Tissues, Muscle, Nerve, Integument and Ap- 
pendages, Secretion, Digestion, and Reflex Action. 

P&ACTiCAL Ahatomy. — Ostcology and Arthrology; 
also the Myology of the Limbs. 

Candidates may be examined on Specimens placed 
before them. 

Chemistry. — General Principles of Chemical Philo- 
sophy; Laws of Combination by weight and volume; 
Atomic Theory ; Nature of Salts, &c. ; Chemistry of non- 
metallic bodies ; Chemistrv of Metals ; Organic Chemistry. 

A Student to whom a Scholarship or Exhibition of the 
second year has been awarded shall attend such of the 
medical courses assigned to the first period of the curricu- 
lum prescribed in the University Regulations as he has not 
* The Candidate may select either French or German. 



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384 quxer's collegx, galwat. 

already taken. He shall also take a conrse of Modern 
Languages and of Natural Philosophy, if he have not 
previously done so in a Queen's College. 

Third Year's Scholarships. 
To be allowed to compete for a Scholarship of the third 
year, a Student must have attended in some medical school 
recognised by the Senate of the Queen's University four 
of the following courses:— 

Anatomy and Physiology* 

Chemistrj. 

Botany. 

Zoology. 

Practical Chemistry. 

Practical Anatomy. 

Materia Medica. 

And must not be of more than two years' standing. 

The Examination shall include the following subjects. 
The number placed (^posite each subject in the following 
list shall be the standard mark ; and no mark under 300 
in any one shall be taken into account : — 

Anatomy and Physiology, . . • 1,000 

Practice Anatomy, . • • . 1,000 

Materia Medica and Therapeutics, • 1,000 

Practical Chemistry, • • . . 1,000 

SUBJECTS OF EXAMINATION. 

Anatomt and Phtsiolggt. — Organs and Functions 
of Digestion, Absorption, Circulation, Respiration, and 
Urination, together with the blood and its elaboration. 

Practical Anatomy. — Joints, Muscles, Vessels, Vis- 
cera, and Brain. 

During the Examination, Candidates may be called on 
to make dissections, or to describe structures placed before 
ihem. 

Materia Medica. — The Medicines and Compounds in 
the British Pharmacopoeia — Candidates will be required 
to identify specimens. 

Practical Chemistry. — ^As taught in the Class. 

A Student to whom a third year's Scholarship has been 
awarded, shall attend, during the year of his election, four 
at least of the courses prescribed for the second period In 
the Universi^ Regulations. 



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FACULTT or MSDIGXNE. 385 

FouBTH Year's Scholarships. 

To be allowed to compete for a Scholarship of the fourth 
year, the candidate must have attended, in some school 
recognised by the Senate of the Queen's University, all the 
strictly professional courses of the first period, and must 
have attended three at least of those of the second period 
prescribed in the regulations of the Queen's University, 
and must not be of more than three years' standing. 

A candidate for fourth year's Scholarship may choose 
any four of the following subjects as those in which he shall 
be examined, provided Anatomy and Physiology be one, 
and that he have attended lectures on the other three. 
The number assigned to each subject in the following 
list shall be the standard mark, and no mark under 300 
shall be taken into account: — 

Anatomy and Physiology, 1,000 

Theory and Practice of Surgery, . . . 1,000 

Midwifery and Diseases of Women and Children, 1 ,000 

Theory and Practice of Medicine, . . . 1,000 

MedicalJurisprudence, 1,000 

Materia Medica and Therapeutics, . . . 1,000 

SUBJECTS OF EXAMINATION. 

Phtsioloot. — The whole of Physiology, Histology, 
and Development. 

Therapeutics. — 1. The Physiological action and 
Therapeutical eflTects of the following substances : — ^Iron, 
Mercury, Iodine, Arsenic, Aconite, Opium, Digitalis, 
Alcohol, Nux Vomica, Cinchona* Candidates will be 
required to write prescriptions. 

Medicine. — ^Diseases of the Brain and Nervous Systenu 

Suboert. — Diseases of Bones and Wounds of Chest. 

Midwifery. — Human Foetus and its involucra ; abbr- 
tion ; diseases of parturient women ; diseases of childhood. 

A Student to whom a Scholarship of the fourth year 
has been awarded shall attend during the year of his elec- 
tion two at least of the practical courses prescribed for the 
second period in the University regulations ; and if more 
courses are required to complete the Curriculum, both as 
to professional and non-professional subjects, he shall also 
attend them. 

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OCCASIONAL STUDENTS. 
Any Course or Courses of Lectures maj be attended by 
Occasional Students, without passing any examination, 
on paying the regulated class fee to each Professor whose 
Lectures they attend. Such Students are admissible to 
the Library on payment of a fee of Five Shillings for the 
year. 



SCHOOL OF CIVIL ENGINEERING. 
[For the Regulations for the First TJniversitj Examination in 
Engineering, and the Examination for the Degree in Civil Engi- 
neering, see Universitj Regulations.] 

Candidates for Matriculation are ezamiaed in the fol- 
lowing subjects: — 

MATHEMATICS. 

Arithmetic : — 

Including Vulgar and Decimal Fractions, the Rule of Three, 
Simple Interest, and the Extraction of the Square Root. 

Algebra: — 
Including Fractions, Proportion, and the Solution of Simple 
Equations. 

Geometry : — 
Euclid, Books I., XL, III., VI., with DeflnitionB of Book Y. 

HISTOBT, OEOOBAFHT, AND THE SNOUSH LANOUAOE. 

History : — 
Outlines of Ancient History. 

Greography : — 

Outlines of Ancient and Modem Geography. 
English : — 

English Grammar and Composition. 

Candidates are recommended to provide themselyes with 
drawing instruments and materials, yiz. :— a T square ; pair 
of set squares ; pair of compasses, with pen and pencil legs; 
drawing-pen; I2*inch scale, divided on one edge decimallv 
to two chains to an inch, and on the other side, duodeci- 
maUy to five feet to an inch ; an offset scale 20 and 40; 
also pendls, papers, colours, dbc. 



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CIVIL ENQIlTDERniO. 



387 



DAYS AND HOURS OP LECTURES. 



SubjMts. 



Ttrau. 



Moii.TneB.Wed. 



Thnr 



FrL 



SmL 



let 
Year 



Frenohy • 

ChemietiT, • 
Mathematios (paae), . 
Mathematioe (honor), , 
Geometrieal Drawings . 
LOffieeWork, 



i.a.3. 

1, 2. 3, 
1. S» 3. 

1. J. 8, 



and 
Tear 



Ciril Enciaeeiing, 
Office Work, . . 
Mathematical Phyeiee (paaa). 
Experimental Phjeies (paaa). 
Experimental Physioe (honor) 
Mathematical PhysioB (honor) 
Mathematios (honor), 
, Mathematics (pass), . 

r Geology and Mineral<^, 
3rd J CiTil Engineering, 
Year 1 Office Work, . . 

V, Natural Philoeophy (appUed) 



1, 9, 3, 
1>S.3, 

1,2,8, 
I. 2, 3, 
1, 3, 3, 
1. 2. 3. 

i,a.3» 

1, 8. 3, 
1, 2, 3, 
1, S, 3, 
1, 2, 3, 



12 



18 



SCHOLARSHIPS. 
Of the five Scholarships appropriated to the department 
of Engineering, two are awarded to Students of the first 
jear, two to Students of the second year, and one to a 
Student of the third year. 

Subjects of Examination. — ^Fibst Tear. 

The Course prescribed for Science Scholarship of the 
first year. 

Second Year. 
The Course of Elementary Mathematics prescribed for 
the Science Scholarship of the second year, together with 
the Courses of Chemistry^ Modem Languages as pre- 
scribed for Literary Scholarship of second year. Office 
Work, and Geometrical Drawing prescribed in the Course 
for Students in Engineering of fiie first year. 

Thibd Year. 

The courses of Mathematics, Mathematical and Experi- 
mental Physics, Engineering and Ofilce Work, prescribed 
to Honor Students of the second year. 

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888 quxen's coulsos, oalwat. 

IimiAN Enoineesino Establishment. 

For the regulations for the Competitive Examination 
for appointments in the Indian Engineering Establish- 
ment, see Appendix. 

Two of the three years which candidates for the Civil 
Engineering Department of the Indian Service are required 
to pass in the office of a Civil Engineer are dispensed with 
in favour of Students who have studied for two years in 
the Engineering School of this College. 

A highly advantageous arrangement has been made to 
enable such candidates to complete their qualifications by 
passing a year in the office of a Civil Engineer. 



EXAMINATIONS FOR APPOINTMENTS IN THE HOME 
CIVIL SERVICE AND FOR DIRECT APPOINTMENTS 
TO THE ADVANCED OR PRACTICAL CLASS OF THE 
ROYAL MILITARY ACADEMY AT WOOLWICH. 

Classes have been formed in the Queen's College, Gal- 
way, for the purpose of preparing Students for the Exami- 
nations prescribed for the appointments above-mentioned. 

Gentlemen intending to join these classes may obtain 
the requisite information on application to the Registrar, 
Queen's College, Galway. 



For Informatioii with regard 
The Prizes founded by Public SubBcription, 
Examinations for the Home Civil Serrioe* 
The Indian Civil Service, 
The Indian Public Works Department, 
The Indian Telegraph Department, 

The Rules of the Hon. Society of King's .Inns, &&,' Ac.» 
•€€ Appendix. 



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APPENDIX 



Number of Matbiculatbd and Non-Matbiculated SrimEim 
who haTe entered the Queen's Colleges from the commence- 
ment in the Session 1849-50 up to March, 1859. 



— 


MatriouUted. 


Non-HatrlonUted. 


ToUL 


Belfast, .... 
Cork, • . • 
Galway, • • • . 


506 
473 
337 


392 

187 

60 


898 
660 
397 


Total, . 
Less, • 


1,316 
61» 


639 

list 


],955 
169 


dividuaU, . 1 


1,365 


521 


1,786 



* Thla namber if inbtrMted, beeanae in 51 oMea Students pMwd from one Col- 
lege to anotlier, ao that their namaa are on the roll of eaoh, and, therefore, appear 
tinoe in thia oolnmn. 

t Thia namber ia anbtraoted, becanae US who entered aa Non-Matrionlated Stu- 
dents afterwards Matilaalated. 



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NuxBSBS of Studshtb that Attendbd each Class in the Seeaon 

1871-72. 





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College. 


Oollese, 


College, 


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Latin, 


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History and English Lltera* 










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10 


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Mathematics, 


66 


31 


36 


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Ifatnral Philosophy, 


104 


72 


54 


230 


Biological Science, 


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82 


55 


273 


101 


47 


39 


187 


Geology 


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15 


3 


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Logic, 


38 


6 


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59 


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4 


3 


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11 


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Jnrispnidence and Civil Lav, 
English Law, 


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10 


10 


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21 


11 


13 


45 


Anatomy and Physiology, . 
Practical Anatomy, 


136 


93 


34 


263 


157 


81 


63 


301 


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36 


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40S APPENDIX. 

EZAMnrATIONS CONSUGTED BY TEE OYIL 
SEETIGE COMMISSIONESS. 

I. — Home Civil Service. 

A. — OPEN competitive EXAMINATIONS. 

open Competitive ExaminatloDs are held from time to time under 
Her Majesty's Order in Council of 4th June, 1870, for Clerkships, &c., 
in the Departments specified in Schedule A. annexed to the Order, a 
copy of which Schedule is hereto appended. The regulations respect- 
ing these Examinations will be sent on application. 

Open Competitire Examinations are held under the Act 25 & 26 
Yict., cap. 106, for the appointment of County Surveyor in Ireland. 
These examinations take place from time to time as vacancies occur, 
and all particulars which can be given respecting them are advertised 
beforehand. A copy of the advertisement issued on the last occasion 
will be sent on application. 

B. — EXAMINATIONS FOB WHICH A NOMINATION IS 
REQUIRED. 

An official nomination is required for situations in Departments not 
included in Schedule A. 

Examinations for such situations do not take place at fixed intervals, 
but are held from time to time as candidates are nominated to fill the 
vacancies which occur. 

G. — TEMPORARY WRITERS IN PUBLIC DEPARTMENTS. 

The regulations respecting the employment of Temporary Writers 
will be sent on application. 

II. — Civil Service of India : India Civil Enginesrino 
College : Cetlon Publio Works Dbpartmbnt : Rotal 
Military Academy, Woolwich r Direct Appointments 
to the Army : Control Department of the Army. 

Information respecting Examinations for the above will be sent on 
application to the Secretary, Civil Service Commission, Westminster. 

Information respecting the Indian Forest Service and Indian Tele- 
graph Department will be sent on application to the ^* Under Secretary 
of SUtc, India Office, London, aW." 



Note. — The Commissioners do not supply specimens of the < 
tion papers used in any of their exaroinatiions, but copies of some ci these 
papers are appended from time to time to their annual Reports, which 
can be obtained tnm the Qneen^s Printers through any bookseller. 

Notice of any Open Competitive Examinations which may be appointed 
to be held will be giyen by advertisement in some of the principal news- 
papers. Such advertisements will usually appear on TutadoffB or StttwrdoM. 
The Commissioners can in no case record the names of intending candi- 
dates until a particular examination Is announced, nor can they undertake 
to send a separate nttioe to any partlciUar person. 



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SCHEDULE A. 

DcPABniBim to which the principle of Open Competition, provided in 
Clause Y. of the Order in Council of 4th Jane, 1870, is to be 
applied. 



Treaenry. 

Privy Council Office. 

Colonial Office. 

India Office. 

War Office. 

Admiralty. 

Board of Trade. 

Local Qoveroment Board. 

Privy Seal Office. 

Customs. 

Inland Bevenue. 

Paymaster General's D^rtment. 

Civil Service Commission. 

General Post Office (Clerks in 

Secretary's Department). 
Mint. 

Exchequer and Audit Department. 
General Register Office. 
Office of Works. 
Office of Woods, &c. 
National Debt Office. 
Public Record Office. 
Stationeiy Office. 
Charity Commission. 
Education Office. 
Begistry ol Designs. 
Registry of Seamen. 
Registry of Joint Stock Companies 
Emigration Office. 
University of liondon. 
Science and Art Department. 
London Gaaette Office. 
County Courts Judgments Registr}'. 
Office of Examkiers of Criminal , 

Law Accounts. 
Queen's and Lord Treasurei^s Be- 

membrancer*s Office (Scotland). 
Chief Seoretu/s Office f Ireland). 
ConaUbolaiy Office (Iz^d). 



Directors of Convict Prisons' Office 

(Ireland). 
Office of Inspectors-General of 

Prisons (iTeland). 
General Begister Office (Ireland). 
Registrar of Petty Sessions Clerks' 

Office (Ireland) 
Inspector of Lunatic A^lvms' 

Office (Ireland). 
Begistiy of Deeds (Ireland). 
Public Works Office (Ireland^. 
Dublin MetropoliUn Police Office. 
Divisional Justices' Offices, Dublin. 

The following sUuaiiomt have hten 
addtd nnce the date of the Ortkr 
in Council 

Convict Service (Clerks in Direc- 
tors' Office, Clerks in Prison). 

Metropolitan Police CoortSi Lon- 
don (Clerks). 

Factory Inspectors' Office (Clerks). 

Sahnon Fisheries Office (Clerks). 

Inspectors of Burial Grounds 
(Clerks). 

Public Record Office, Ireland 
(Clerks). 

Lunacy Commission, England 
(Clerks). 

Prison Managers Office, Sootland 
(Clerks). 

Ecclesiastical Commission (Clerka 
and Snpplementaiy Clerks). 

Patent Office. 

Office of the Comptroller in Bank- 
ruptcy (Junior Clerks). 

Home Office and its subordmate 
Departments. 



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410 APPENDIX. 

IHSIAH MEDICAL DEPABTMEHT. 

Regulations for the Examination of Candidates for 
the Appointment of Subgeon in Her Majesty's Indian 
Medical Sbbtioe. 

1. All nataral-bom subjects of Her Majesty between 22 and 28 years- 
of age at the date of the examination, and of sound bodily health, may 
be Candidates. They may be married or unmarried. They must 
possess a Diploma in Surgery, or a licence to practise it, as well aa a 
Degree in Medicine, or a licence to practise it in Great Britain or Ireland. 

2. They must subscribe and send in to the Military Secretary, India 
Office^ Westminster, at least a fortnight before the date fixed for the 
examination, a declaration according to the annexed form. 

This declaration must be accompanied by the following documents: — 

a. Proof of age, either by extract from the register of the parish ia 
which the Candidate was bom, or by his own declaration pursuant to 
the Act 5 and 6 WilL IV., c 62 ; such extract and declaration respec- 
tiyely bearing the stamps required by law. 

(. A certificate of moral character from a magistrate, or a minister 
of the religious denomination to which the Candidate belongs, who haa- 
personally known him for at least two preceding years. 

c. A certificate of registration in accordance with the Medical Act of 
1858, of the degrees, diplomas, and licences possessed by the Candidate. 
. 8. The physical fitness of Candidates will be determined previous to 
examination by a Board of Medical Officers, who are required to certify 
that the Candidate's vision is sufiiciently good to enable him to perform 
any surgical operation without the aid of glasses. A moderate degree- 
of Myopia would not be considered a disqualification, provided it did 
not necessitate the use of glasses during the performance of operations, 
and that no oiganic diseases of the eyes existed. 

Every Candidate must also be free from organic disease of other 
organs, and from constitutional weakness, or other disability likely to- 
unfit him for Military Service in India. 

4. On producing the foregoing qualifications, the Candidate will be 
examined by the Examinmg Boani, in the following compulsory sub- 
jects, and the highest number of marks attainable will be cUstributed as- 
foUows: — 

Ifaiks. 

a. Anatomy and Physiology, 1,000 

6. Surgery, 1,000 

c Medicine, including Therapeutics, the Diseases of 

Women and ChUdren, 1,000 

d. Chemistry and Pharmacy, and a practical knowledge 

of Drugs, lOD 

rrhe examination in Medicine and Smgeiy will be in part piaatical^ 
and will include operations on the dead bodr, the application of sufEieid 
apparatns, and the ezamlnation of medical and soisical patlenti at di* 
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5. The eligibility of each Candidate for the Indian Medical Service 
-will be detennined by the result of the examinations in these subjects onlj. 

6. Candidates, who desire it, will be examined in French, German, 
and Hindustani, Comparative Anatomy, Zoology, Natural Philosophy, 
Physical Geography, and Botany, with special reference to Materia 
Medica. 

The number of marks gained in these subjects will be added to the 
total number of marks obtained in the obligatory part of the Examina- 
tion by Candidates, who shall have been found qualified for admission, 
and whose position on the list of successful competitors will thus be im* 
proved in proportion to their knowledge of modem languages and 
natural sciences. 

The maximum number of marks allotted to the voluntary subjects 
"Will be as follows : — 

Mtfka. 

French, German, and Hindustani (150 each), . . 450 
Natural Science, .... . . 300 

7. The subjects for this part of the examination will be taken from 
the following books : — 

" Animal Kingdom," by W. S. Dallas, f.us. 

" Outlines of the Structure and Functions of the Animal King- 
dom, " by Bymer Jones ; or *^ Coura El^mentaire d'Histoire 
Naturelle," par Milne Edwards. 

Lindley's "School Botany," Lindley's "Medical and Economic 
Botany," Henfrey's " Elementary Course of Botany." 

'* Elements of Natural Philosophy," by GoldingBird and CBrooks, 

" Physical Geography," by Mrs. Somerville. 

8. The Examiners in London will prepare a list in order of merit, 
with the marks affixed in the different subjects, to be transmitted to the 
Director-General and communicated to the Professors of the Army 
Medical School. If any Candidate is found to be deficient in any par- 
ticular subject, this shall be stated, in order that he may receive special 
instruction on the point at NeUey. 

9. After passing his pieliminarv examination, every Candidate will 
be required to attend one entire Course of Practical Instruction at the 
Army Medical School, before being admitted to his examination for a 
•Commission, on — 

^1.) Hygiene. 

(2.^ Clinical and Military Medidne. 
(3. ) Clinical and Military Surgery. 

(4.) Pathology of Diseases and Injuries incident to Military Service. 
These courses are to be of not less than four months' duration. 

10. At their conclusion, the Candidate will be required to pass an 
examination on the subjects taught in the School. The examination 
will be conducted by the Professors of the School. 

The Director-General, or any Medical Officer deputed by him, may 
be present and take part in the examination. If the Candidate giya 
satisfactory evidence of being qualified for the practical duties of an 
Army Medical Officer, he will be eligible for a Commission as Surgeon 



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4\2 APPENDIX. 

The Commissioiu of Surgeons bear date from the day of joining ti the 
Annj Medical ScfaooL 

11. Dormg the period of his residence at the Army Medical School, 
each candidate will reoeive an allowance of 5t, per diem, with quarters, 
or 7«. per diem without qnarteis, to cover all costs of maintenance ; and 
he will be required to provide hunself with uniform (viz., the Beg^nlation 
undress uniform of a Surgeon of the British Service, but without the 
sword). 

12. All Candidates will be required to conform to saeh rules of dia- 
clpUne as the Senate may, from time to time enact 

The persons who shall be pronounced by the Examiners to be the 
best qualified in all respects, will be appointed to fill the requisite 
number of appointments as Surgeons in Her Majesty V Indian Army. 
Their position on the list of Surgeons will be determined by the com- 
bined results of the preliminary and of the final examinations, and, so 
far as the requirements of the service will permit, they will have the 
choice of Presidency in India, according to their position in that list. 

13. All Surgeons, who shall neglect or refuse to proceed to India 
under the orders of the Secretary of State for India within two months 
from the date of their appointment, will be considered as having for- 
feited it, unless special circumstances shall justify a departure from this 
regulation. 

14. Every Medical Ofilcer appointed to the Service must, as a con- 
dition of his appointment, subscribe to the Indian Service Family 
Pension Fund, designed to secure suitable provision for the Widows 
and Orphans of Officers of the Service, according to the Regulations 
irablished in General Order by the Government of India, No. 1,316, of 
tlie 28th December, 1872. 

India Office, May, 1873. 

N.B. — ^The examinations for admission to the Indian Medical Ser- 
vice will usually take place twice a year, viz., in February and in 
August 



ABHT MEDICAL DEPABTHENT. 

QUALIPIGATIONS of CANDIDATES for COMMISSIONS in the 

Army Medical Se&tiob. 

1. Every Candidate desirous of presentmg himself for admlsrion to 
the Army Medical Service must be unmarried, and not under 21, nor 
over 28 years of age. He must produce a certificate from the District 
Begistrar, in which the date of birth is stated ; or if this cannot be 
obtained, an affidavit from one of the parents or other near relative, yirho 
can attest the date of birth, will be accepted. He must also produoe a 
eeitillcate of moral character from the parochial minister if possible. 

2. The Candidate must make a dedaration that his parents are of 
unmixed European blood, and that he labouns under no mental or con- 
stitutional disease, nor any imperfection or disability that can inteifeM 
with the most efficient discharge of the duties of a Medical Offioer in 
any climate. 



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APPEimiZ. 413 

^18 physical fitness will be determined bj a Board of Medical Officers, 
irho are regaired to certify that the Cuididate's vision is sufficiently 
good to enable him to perform any surgical operation without the aid of 
glasses. A moderate degree of Myopia would not be considered a dis- 
•qualification, provided it did not necessitate the use of glasses during 
the performance of operations, and that no organic disease of the ^ei 
•existed. 

The Board must also certify that he is free from organic or other 
-disease, and from constitutional weakness or other disability likely to 
unfit him for Military Service in any climate. 

3. The Candidate must possess two diplomas or licences, one to prac* 
tiae Medicine, and the other Surgery in Great Britain or Ireland, and 
must be registered under the Medical Act in force at the time of his 
appointment. 

4. CerUfieaUa of reffutraHon^ charaetery and agt^ mutt acoon^pany 
lA« DeclaraUon when fiOed up and returned. 

5. Candidates will be examined by the Examining Board, in the 
following compulsory subjects, and the highest number of marks attain- 
4ible will be distributed as follows: — 

Marks. 

a. Anatomy and Physiology, 1,000 

(. Surgery, . . 1,000 

e. Medicine, including Therapeutics, the Diseases of 

Women and Children, 1,000 

d Chemistry and Pharmacy, and a pracjcal know- 
ledge of drugs, 100 

N.B. — The examination in Medicine and Surgery wiU be in 

part practical, and will include operations on the 

dead body, the application of surgical apparatus, and 

the examination of medical and surgical patients at 

the bedside. 

The eligibility of each Candidate for the Army Medical Service will 

•be determined by the result of the examinations in these subjects only. 

Examinations will also be held in the following voluntary subjects, 

/or which the maximum number of marks will be, — 

Marks. 

French and German (150 each), .... aOO 
Natural Sciences, 800 

The knowledge of modem languages bemg considered of great im- 
portance, an intending competitors are urged to qualify in French and 
•Goman. 

The natural sciences will include Comparative Anatomy, Zoology, 
Natural Philosophy, Physical Geography, and Botany, with spedal 
reference to Materia Medica. 

The number of marks gained in both the voluntazy subjects will be 
Added to the total nnmber of marks obtained by those who shall have 
been found qualified for admission, and whose position on the list of 
<uccessfnl competitors will thus be improved in proportion to their 
knowledge of modern langnages and natural sciences. 

6. After passing this examination, every Candidate will be required 

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414 AFPSETDIX. 

to attend one entire Conne of Piactical Instruction at the ArmylMieal 
School on — 

(1.) Hygiene. 

(2,) Clinical and Military Medicine. 

?8.) Clinical and Militaiy Surgery. 

(4.) Pathology of Diseases and Injuries incident to Military Serriee. 

7. At its conclusion, the Candidate will be required to pass an exami- 
nation on the subjects taught in the SchooL 

If he give satisfactory evidence of being qualifled for the practical 
duties of an Army Medical OiBcer, he will be eligible for a Commisrfoa 
as Surgeon. 

8. During the period of his residence at the Army Medical School 
each Candidate will receive an allowance of 5«. per diem, with qaarten, 
or 7<. per diem without quarters, to cover all costs ol maintenanee ; 
and he will be required to pn)\ide himself with un'^onn (viz., the 
Regulation undress uniform of a Surgeon, but without the sword). 

-9. All Candidates will be required to conform to such mks of dis- 
cipline as the Senate may, from time to time, enact. 



HAVT KEDIGAL DEPABTMEIIT. 

QuALiPiOATioHS and Examination of Oandidatbs for Com- 
missions in the Medical Sebyice of the Botal Navy. 

1st Mareh, 1874. 
TheLordsOommlssionersoftheAdmhndtyMre {^leased to direct, that the 
following Regulations, relative to the Examinatioo of Candidates for the 
appointment of Surgeon in the Royal Navy, shall in future be adopted : — 

1. Every Candidate desirous of presenting himself for admiasicni to 
the Naval Medical Service must be not under twenty-one nor <iver 
twenty-^gfat years of age. He must produce a certificate from the 
District Registrar, in which the date of birth is sUted; or, if this 
cannot be obtained, an affidavit from one of the parents or other near 
relative, who can attest the date of birth, will be accepted. He must 
also tiroduce a certificate of moral character, signed by a Cleigyman or 
a Magistrate to whom he has been for some years personally known. 

2. He must be free from oiganic disease, and will be required to 
make a declaration that he labours under no mental or ootMrtitvtEonal 
disease or weakness, nor any other imperfection or disability that tarn 
interfere with the most efficient dischaige of the duties of a Medioal 
Officer In any climate. 

His physical fitness will be determined by a Board of Medical 
Officers^ who are to certify that his vision oovnes up to the requirBd 
atandard, which will be ascertained by the use of Snelleir's Test lypes. 

He must also attest his readiness to engage for general wnrloe^ and 
to proceed on foreign service when tequlred to do sa 

a He must be registered under the Modiead Act bi force at the tima 
of his appointment, as Uoensed to praotise Kedioine and Bmgay in 
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AFFEMDIZ. 415. 

4. GcrtificfttM of regiatrmtion, character, and age, muBt aooompanjr 
this Schedule when filled up and returned. 

5. Candidates will be examined hj the Examining Board in the 
loUowing subjects : — 

, Anatomy and Physiology. 
StDgery. 

Medicine, including tlierapeutics and the Diseases of Women and 
Children, Chemistry and Pharmacy, and a practical knowledge 
of Drugs. (The examination in Medicine and Surgery will be 
in part practical, and will include operations on the dead body, 
the application of surgical apparatus, and the examination of 
medic^ and suigical patients at the bedside.) 

The eligibility of each Candidate for the Naval Medical Service will 
be determined by the result of the examinations in these subjects only. 

Candidates who desire it will be examined in Comparative Anatomy, 
Zoology, Natural Philosophy, Physical Geography, and Botany, with 
spedid reference to Materia Medica, also in Frendi and German ; and 
the number of marks gained in these subjects will be added to the total 
number of marks obtained in the obligatory part of the examhiation 
by Candidates who shall have been found qualified for admission, and 
whose position on the list of successful competitors will thus be improved 
in proportion to their knowledge of these branches of science; 

6. After passing this examination, every Candidate will be required 
to attend one entire Course of Practical Instruction in the Medical 
School at NeUey, on — 

(1.) Hygidna 

(2.) Qinical and Naval and Military Medicine. 
(8.) Clinical and Naval and Military Surgery. 
(i.) Pathology of Diseases and Injuries incident to Naval and 
Militaiy Service. 

7. At ito ooncludon, the Canffidate will be required to pass an exami- 
nafiioii on the subjecto taught hi the School 

If he give satisfactory evidence of being quaHfied for the practical 
duties of a Naval Medical Oflteer, he will be eligible for a Commission 



a I>uriiig the period of his resideDce at the Netley Medical School 
eaeh Candidate will receive an allowance of fit. per diem with quarters, 
or 7t. per diem without quarters, to cover all costo of maintenance ; 
and he will be required to provide Mmaell with uniform (vijL, the 
Bsgidatlon undress uiuf orm of a Surgeon, but without the sword). 

9. All Gandidsttes will be required, while at Netk^, to oonfonn to 
sQch rules of discipline as the Senate may, from time to time^ enaet. 

10. After comideting three years' Full-Pay Service, Saif^eena will 
be allowed to be exammed for the rank of Staff Surgeon, but no 
Surgeon can be promoted to the rank of Staff Surgeon, until he shall 
have served five years, two of which must have been in a ship actually 
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416 APPENDIX. 

BsQinsiTBg to be comDlied with in order to entitle 
Stubsntb to be cftllea to tbe Ibibh Bab, pursuant to 
the Rules of the Benchers, amended 12th January, 1874. 

1. Attendance for three whole yean at the lectures of the Profeawnrs 

of the King*g Inns. Two coarses of lectures to be attended 
during each year. The Student must produce the certificate 
of the Professors whose lectures he has attended, of such at- 
tendance, and of having passed the examination at the end of 
each course ; 

or, 

2. Attendsnce for two whole years at the lectures of the Professors 

of the King's Inns. Two courses of lectures to be attended 
during each year. The Student to produce the certificate of 
the Professor whose lectures he has attended, of such attend- 
ance, and of having passed tbe examination at the end of 
each course. 
And, in addition, any one of the three following requisites: — 
a. Attendance for one year upon two courses of lectures of the 
Professors of Law in the Uniyersity of Dublin, Oxford^ 
Cambridge, London, or any of the Colleges of the Queen's 
University in Ireland. 
6. Attendance for one whole year upon the lectures of any two 
of the Readers in the Inns of Court in England, and pasdng 
the examination at the end of each course, 
c. Attendance for one whole year as a Pupil in the chambers 
of some practising Barrister in Dublin, or some practifliag 
Barrister, Conveyancer, or Special Pleader in London ; 
or, 

3. Attendance for one whole year at the lectures of the Profesaon 

of the King's Inns. Two courses of lectures to be attended 
during the year. The Student to produce the certificate of 
the Professor whose lectures he has attended of such attend- 
ance ; and in addition the following requisite, vis., production 
by the Student of the Degree of A.B. in the Queen's Univei^ 
sity, and of certificates of having attended two whole yean' 
courses of lectures of the Law Professon in any of the 
Queen's Colleges, and of having passed the examinations 
held by said I^fessors at the end of eadi of such years. 
The above Rule (8) to be retrospective in its operation. 
JVb<«.— The word Student in the above Role (3) shall mean "any 
person who is admitted as a Student of the King's Inns at any time 
within one year after he has completed his legal coarse in any of the 
CoUeges of the Queen's University." 

4. In addition to No. 1, Ko. 2, or No. 8, every Student must pass 

the general examination held in pursuance of a resolution of 
the Benchers, dated Ilth January, 1872. 
The three yean of study above required are not necessarily to be 
•onsecntive. 

The above rules to apply to all Students admitted after the 11th 
Jamisxy, 1878. 



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APPENDIX* 417 

COUlSrCIL OP LEGAL ESUCATION. 



Council Chambeh, Lincolm*8 Ink, 
2(Hh Jufy, 1872. 

Scheme for the Education of Students for the Bar, or for 
Practice under the Bab, and for their Examination. 



The CamnUUM qf Education and Exanuaation. 

That a pennanent Committee of eight members be appointed by 
the Council, to be called The Committee of Education and Examination, 
of whom three shall be a qnonun. That two members of sach Com- 
mittee, to be selected by the Committee, shall go out of office at the end 
of two yean from the 11th January, 1873, and two members, to be 
seleeted in like manner, shall go out at the end of every succeeding two 
yean. No member going out shall be re-eligible until he has been at 
least one year out of office. 

That the Committee shall, subject to the control of the Council, 
aoperinteod and direct the education and examination of Students, and 
all matters of detail in respect to such education and examination ; and 
the Committee, shall, at the end of every year, report to the Council as 
to the practical working of the Scheme during that year. 

SubjecU/ur Irutruction, 

That Students shall be provided with the means of education in 
the general principles of Law, and in the Law as practically adminis- 
tered in this country, and that for the purpose of such education, systo* 
matic instruction be given on the following subjects, viz. : — 

Jurisprudence; 

International Law — ^Public and Private ; 

Ronum Civil Law ; 

Constitutional Law and Legal History ; 

Common Law ; 

Equity, 

The Law of Real and Personal Property; and 

Criminal Law. 

Mode of Inttrucdon. 

That the educational year shall be divided into three terms, one to 
«oramence on the Ist of November and to end on the 22nd of December, 
the seoond to oommenoe on the 11th of January and to end on the 80th 
of March, and the third to commence on the 15th of April and to end 
on the 81st of July, subject to a deduction of the days intervening 
between the end of Easter and the beginning of Trinity term. 

That instrucUon be given by means of lectures and private classes, 
bat that the attendance of Students on such lectures and classes be not 
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418 APPENDIX. 

That the lectures and the instruction to private classes shall not 
necessarily be given by the same person, but Professors appointed to 
deliver lectures may, if willing so to do, and the Council think fit, also 
give instruction to private classes. 

The Examinettiont, 
That the subjects for examination shall be the following : — 

i. Jurisprudence, including International Law, Public and 

Private ; 
ii. The Roman Civil Law ; 
iii. Constitutional Law and Legal History ; 
iv. Common Law ; 
V. Equity; 

vL The Law of Real and Personal Property | 
vii. Criminal Law. 

That no person shall receive from the Council the certificate of 
fitness for Call to the Bar required by the Inns of Court, unless he shall 
have passed a satisfactory examination in the following subjects, viz. :» 
1st, Roman Civil Law ; 2ndly, The Law of Real and Personal Pro- 
perty ; and, drdly. Common Law and Equity. 

That no Student shall be examined for Call to the Bar until he 
shall have kept nine terms; except that Students shall have the option 
of passing the Examination in Roman Civil Law at any time after 
having kept four terms. 

That the Council may accept a Degree in Taw granted by any 
University within the British Dominions as an equivalent for the ex- 
amination in some of the subjects, other than Common Law and 
Equity; provided the Council is satisfied . that the Student, before he 
obtained his Degree, passed a sufficient examination in such subject or 
subjects. 

That there shall be four examinations in every year, one of which 
shall be held in sufficient time before each Law term to enable the 
requisite certificates to be granted by the Council before the first day of 
such term. The days of examination shall be fixed by the Committee, 
and at two of such examinations, viz., at those to be held next before 
Hilary and Trinity terms, there shall be an examination for Student- 
ships and Honors. 

That the Honors list shall contain two classes, in both of which the 
list shall be Alphabetical. 

That as an encouragement to Students to study Jurisprudence 
and Roman Civil Law, twelve Studentships of 100 guineas each be 
established, and divided equally into two classes ; the 1st class of Stu- 
dentships to continue for two years, and to be open for competition to 
any Student as to whom not more than four terms shall |have elapsed 
since he kept his first term : and the 2nd class to continue for one 
year only, and to be open for competition to any Student, not then 
aheady entitled to a Studentship, as to whom not less than four and 
not more than eight terms shall have elapsed since he kept his first term ; 
two of each class of such Studentships to be awarded by the Council, 
on the recommendation of the Committee, after every examination 
before Hilary and Trinity terms respectively, to the two Students of 



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APPENDIX. 419 

etch set of competitors who shall have passed the best examination in 
both Jarisprudence and Roman Ciyil Law. But the Committee shall 
not be obliged to recommend any Studentship to be awarded if the result 
of the examination be snch as in their opinion, not to justify soch 
recommendation. 

That each Inn of Court bear the expense of the Studentships 
awarded to its own Students. 

That the Examiners shall submit their examination papers to the 
Committee for approval at such time as the Committee shall direct, and 
that the standard required for each class in Studentships and Honors- 
and for Pass Certificates, and the number of marks to be attributed to 
each paper, shall also be submitted to the Committee for their approval. 

That previous to each examination the Committee shall give such 
notice as they shall think fit of the books and branches of subjects in 
which Students will be required to pass at such examination in order 
to be entitled to a certificate. 

That the examinations shall be partly in writing and partly vivd 
woee. 

That one Examiner at least shall be present during the whole time- 
of the examination in writing. 

That the Board of Examiners shall, after each examination, report 
the result thereof to the Committee, who shall submit to the Council 
the names of those Students Hf any) who are in their opinion entitled 
to receive certificates, or to obtain Studentships or Honors; and th» 
Inn of Court to which any Student placed in the first class of Honors- 
shall belong may, if desired, dispense with any number of terms, not 
exceeding two, which may remain to be kept by such Student pre- 
viously to his being called to the Bar. 

That no Student be at liberty to practise under the Bar until he 
shall have received from the Council such a certificate as would be 
requisite for Call to the Bar. 

When this Scheme ahall tupersede the former one. 
That on the first day of January, 1878, the provisions of the 
Consolidated Regulations of 1869, as to Examinations, Exhibitions, 
Studentships, and Certificates of Honor shall cease ; but not so as to- 
affect any Studentship or Exhibition, or the benefit of any certificate of 
Honor which shall have been conferred prior thereto. 

Ai to Studenii admitted he/ore lit January^ 1872. 

That attendance upon the lectures and private classes of Professors 
and Tutors established under this Scheme, and the passing of the 
examination required for Call to the Bar, or for practice under the Bar, 
shall, as regards Students admitted before the first day of January, 
1872, be equivalent to attendance upon the lectures and private dassesa 
and the passing of a general examination mentioned in the rules of tlia 
said Consolidated Regulations of 1869. 

That all Students shall be bdund by such variations as may from 
IIbm to time be made in this Scheme. 

(Sigctd) Snorcnt H. WaltolSi ' 

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420 AFFENDIX. 

EZTEACT from fhe ATTOBITET and 80LICIT0BS 
ACT, 1866 (TRKTiATfD), with regard to the AB- 
MISSIOV of 0RABVATE8 and STUDENTS to the 
PBOFESSIOH of ATTOBHEY and SOLICITOB in 
IBELAn). 

29 # 30 Vie. c. 84. 

7. Any pereon haying taken the Degree of Bachelor of Arts or 
Bachelor of Laws in the University of Oxford, Cambridge, Dnblin, 
Durham, or London, or in the Qneen*8 University in Lreland, or the 
Degree of Bachelor of Arts, Master of Arts, Bachelor of Laws, or 
Doctor of Laws in any of the Universities of Scotland, none of roch 
degrees being honorary degrees, and who at any time after having 
taken such degree, and either before or after the* passing of this Act, 
has been bound by and has duly served under indentures of appren- 
ticeship to a practising Attorney or Solicitor for the term of three years, 
and has been examined and sworn in manner hereinafter mentioned^ 
and in accordance with the practice of the Court of Chancery or 
superior courts of law in Ireland, may be admitted and enrolled and 
registered as an Attorney or Solicitor; and where any person has, before 
the passing of this Act, and at any time after having taken such degree, 
been bound as aforesaid for any period exceeding three years, he may, 
after having duly served three years of such term in such manner as 
would have been required if he had been bound for three years only, 
and having been examined and sworn as aforesaid, and with the eon- 
sent in writing (mdorsed on his indentures of apprenticeship) of the 
Attorney or Solicitor to whom he may be bound to the inmiediate 
determination of his indentures of apprenticeship, be admitted, enrdled, 
and registered as an Attorney or Solicitor ; and where such consent is 
given as aforesaid, and acted upon under this provision by the person 
hereby made eligible to be admitted, enrolled, and registered as afore- 
said, the indentures of apprenticeship shall be deemed to have deter- 
mined as if they had determined by effluxion of time. 

9. Every person who, as a matriculated or as a non-matrxcolated 
Student of the University of Dublin, or of any of the Queen^s CoH^gea 
in Ireland, shall have attended or shall attend any prescribed lectures, 
and shall have passed or shall pass any prescribed examinations of the 
Professors of the Faculty of Law in the said University of Dublin^ 
or in any of the said Queen's Colleges, for a period of two collegiate 
years, and who shall have duly served as an apprentice under in- 
dentures for the term of four years, in like manner aa by this Act 
provided respecting the service for the term of five years, sfaMl at asay 
time after the expiration of five years from the commencement of SD<di 
attendance on lectures, or of such period of service, which shall fint 
happen, be qualified to be sworn and to be admitted as an Attorney er 
Solicitor respectively, according to the nature of bis service, of the 
lereral and respective superior courts of law or equity in Irdand, aa 
foUy and effectually to all intents and purposes as any person htefi^ 
been bound and having served five years, is qualified to be sworn and 
to be admitted or enrolled and registered an Attorn^ or Solicitor nude 
or by virtue of this Act. 



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DUBLIN CASTLE. 



EXAMINATION PAPERS, 

1874. 



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EXAMINATION PAPERS, 

1874. 



HONORS AND DEGREE OP MA. 



GREEK. 

October, 1874. 

Professor MacDouall, ll.d. 

Translate with perspicuity and elegance the following 
passages from Aeschylus : — 

(a.) FeraoBy 632-567 : 

X0P02. «3 Zev patnXtv ! vvv ^i) Tlep<r&v 

vrparidv dXkffag 

SffTia So^trwv ilfi' 'Aypardvwv 

voKKal y AftaXaXg x'P^i KoX^Trpat 
KonpUKS/uvat M^^oiv roKdd^ 
duiftv9<iKioit ioKpvn c^Xirocc 
riyyavff' dXyovc fttrixovvat, 
<d ^ Apriyoot Htpffliftc dvdpQv 
iroOlovfTOi I8tlv AprtZvylav, 
Xlcrpwy tifvdc Afipoxirttvae — 

vivBwet y6oiQ diroplorof^. 
itAyit Sk ftopov r&v olxopAvm^ 
• • ♦ # 

<dp» SoKlfMg woXtfwtvBil, 

vw ^ itp6freura fdv ^rivu ^m. a\ 

yaV *A9iQ Uxevmifuva, 
kipCqc p^v &.yay%v (roreZ) 

r6 irav r Mawe Bvc^p&uuQ 
civ pagiiwm, TOPrUu£» 

u2 

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424 EXAMINATION PAPERS. 

rSliapxos iroXt^racCi 

iTf Code ^i vvv OaXamovc ^ dvrwrp, cL 

hfiSurtpovc KogmviZiQ 

vatq l»kv dyayovKroTot) 

vote ^ AvuXiffov (roroT) 

fravutXkBpoiatv IfipoXoiQ 

'laSvunf xcp^C ^^o ; 

TvrOd ^ iK^vytlv dvan^ aMv ihoKO^ofuy 

(h.) Septem c. Thebas, 42-68 : 

Avipic 7^P ^"ff^Td Bovpiot Xo%aycnU| 

TavpoiT^ayovvrtQ ic HtKdvitrov vdicoc 

Kai BiyydvovTfc X<p^( ravpfiov ^^vov, 

'ApriVj ^Evviu, cat ^iXatfiaroy ^6pov 

tlfpKtiffi6Tii9av, 4 ir6Xc» Karaffta^de 

Bivrtg Xairdlnv derv Kaifteluv fii^ 

4 y^v dav^VT-f c r^^E ^vpdffttv ^ovy. 

fiVfifuia ^ avTwv roT^ riKOVfftv J£ SSficv^ 

irpdc ^PM' 'A^paoTov x'P^'*' ItfTt^ ddKpv 

XilpovTiQ. ohcroc ^ ovrcc 4*^ ^uk 9r6f»a* 

mifip&^piav ydp Bvfibc dvipti^ fXiyttv 

iirvtij \(6vTuw wc'Api? StSoptdrtiV. 

Koi rwvit iri^nc <>^* ^^vi^ xpovilitrcu. 

Kktipovfdvovc y IXiiirov, wc ^<SXy Xax«i»v 

|jea<rro£ ttbrStv irgb^ ir^Xoc ^yoi X^oy. 

xp^C ravr' dpiorovc dvSpac Ijccp^rooff iri£Xcii»c 

vrvXMy lir* U^oiO^i rdytuoeu rdxof 

lyyirC 7<^p 4^9 frdvowKoQ 'A^duv vrparhc 

Xt^i, Kovtu, iriBla ^ dpytitrH^a dfpbg 

Xptdvti oraXayfioZc linrucfiy iic wvtufidvMV, 

<rd ^» ^i^e va^c Ktivdc oUucovrpdfoCt 

fdp^M wSkiefta irp2v Karauyltfai «vodc 

'Aptwc* po^ ydp KVfta xtpvcuov orparov* 

Kol rSivh Mup^ hone wcurroc Xo/Si 

ly«^ ri Xwird irurrdv ^ficpo^jc^iroy ^ 

^OaX/t^ U«tf, ^ ^2 9a^9vil^ X^yov 

fi^wc rd T&v Bv^tp dfikaPt^ letu 



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M.A. — CLASSICS. 425 

1. Brief notes may be annexed touching either the 
sense or the expression: various readings also may be 
noticed, but concisely. 

2. Sketch the rules observed in anapaestic systems; 
and name the metres exemplified in the choral stanzas 
printed above. 

3. Mention the dates at which the Perme and the Sep- 
tern c. Thehas were first represented, the constituents of 
the chorus in each play, and aught that you may remember 
about the literary history of either. 

Professor Rtall, ll.d. 
Plato — RepMie, Book 11. 

1. Mention some of the more remarkable speculative 
works on political philosophy and education, which trace 
their origin to the Politeia of Plato. Give the derivation 
and meaning of the term Utopia, 

2. What is the principal argument of " The Republic" 
of Plato ? Give some account of the principal interlocu- 
tors. 

3. What are the three classes of goods ; and in which 
of these does Socrates place justice % 

4. Of what two parts did Grecian education consist ; 
and which of them came first in order of time % What 
ai-e the objections urged by Socrates against the mode in 
which it was carried out in his day % 

6. Ivi^ii oiv ifuic oif Setvoi, Soku /loi, ^v ^ iyw, touzCttiv iroiq- 
uaoBai t^lTtimv aifrov, aiavirtp &v tl irpotriralii nc ypafifuira Vfuicpa 
TcSppiaOtv avayv&vcu ftr^ Trdvv 6Kv pXiTTOvffiv, iiriiTd rtc kvv6iiinv 
5rt rd ctOrd ypdftfiara ion ttov kcU aXKoBi fuiK<o re Kal iv fuHiovt, 
Tspfuuov &v ifdvtif olfuu, Uflva vpuTov dvayvivrac ol&TiitQ twwKO- 
letiv rd iXarrw, tl rd abrd rv/x^"*** 

Translate these words, and explain their application. 

6. Translate the following passages ; adding such com 
ments as you may think necessary : — 

(a.) iir* adro^itfpy o^v Xdpoifjuv Av t6v SUcuov rtf diUtp eic 
reArbv Idvra Std rj)v irXiovtltdv, 8 Trava ^v<nc iwiuXv iri^vKtv its 
iyaBbv, pSfu^ 9k koI piq, irapdytrat lirl n)v rov Iffov ri/ii}V. 

(6.) cifKovVf ijv y lyw, rb XcytSfiavov, d8t\^c dvZpl vapdfi &ffrt 
col 9^f it ri 5^1 IXXf iirfc, Indfiwt, Kalrot ifii ye icava kojL rh vir6 



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426 EXAMINATION PAPERS. 

m^TOV pi^vra KarawaKai^tu Kai diwarov wmiivtti fioffittw iuuaup- 



(e.) irpo^dtijm apa In sal aKKutv, ot IK oXXifc ir^Xf wc abrf Ko- 
/UOV0IV i5v dtirau Atfitru. koI /a^v iccy6c dv ly 6 iuacovoct /t^8kv 
Aymf &v iuXvoi dtovrai trap* wv &v KOfiiJimfrm dv abroic XP**^ 

(d) irwc, /^9> Xtycic; oln^ac, 4^ ^ '7<^t ^ ^f Kvptmr&rif mw 
Imnw jpMta^t ri leal i^cvoOoi vai ircpl rd Kvp{(i»rara oMcic Sbmk 
i^lXi«, i&XXd vavrttv fuShara ^jScirat iiccZ adr6 cecr^o^ai. 

7. Give the meanings of the foUoMing -words and 
expressions : — 

tp/uuov — fidZat yswaiat — k(rf6kapoe — ttopKOC — Iwrfr^c — 0«otN 
^^C — MdKXofuu — p6,rr»—tft7ropot — caxi|Xoc. 

Professor D'Arcy Thompson, m.a. 

Thucydides, Book VIII. 

Translate the following passages, and add brief expla- 
natory notes to such woi^ or expressions as may appear 
peculiarly noteworthy : — 

(a.) coi ol fUv ufia ry Fy ifJuXXov PoriOiifftiv ^pvvtxoc 9k h rwv 
KBrgvaiiav crparfiyo^, wc dirb rrjQ Aepov IttvOito rd rutv reJiv va^c* 
PovXofUvwv r&v Kwa^wTiav vwofuivavrag iiavavftax^Xv, oitK l^i} 
o^t' airrhg wottiffav tovto ovt Uiivott oiS" dXXy oifBfvl ig iitvajkLv 
Imrpkrl/uv. ^irov ydp t^ttniv Iv vGTip<p, va^wQ tliorac vpbQ hirSoac 
rt vaifc iroXefUag xai tvaiQ irp^c avrdg toiq a^crlpacf , oravfic ifoi 
KaOl* ifovx^v irapaffKtvaffaftkvoic c<rrat &yipvlaa<r9ai^ o^^lxori r^ 
al<rxp(p 6viiSii cZ^ac d\6yuQ iiaKivSvpeixreiv. oit ydp ala^jp^ cZvac 
ABiivalovQ vavTiKtp furd caipov viroxti^p^cai, dWA nal furd brovovv 
TpSirov atffxiov KvupiijfnaBai ffv rfc^tiBilMn' Kai rfjv w6\iv oh li&vov 
rf alaxpff dXKd Kai rtp luyitrrtp 'xtvlvvt^ irepiTrlvrnv, f fiSKiQ liri 
Toig ytytvrifiSvaiQ Kv/t^opaXQ Mix^oBai /urd Pipaiov irapaffcevqc 
Kttff Uovvlav, ^ vdw yt dvdyKy, vporipq. voi iirtxupiiv' iroD Si^ fi^ 
PuiZoftivy ye irp6c cthOeupirovc kiv^vvovq Uvai ; Cjq rdx^ttrra ik id- 
Xtvt To6c Ti rpavfiariag dvaXapSvraQ Kai rdv tnZh^ xai tAp ratvAr 
Zira ijXBov ixovrtc^ fl ^ iic r^c iroXefuat tlXti^avi KaraXtirdvras, 
Srwc Kov^ Sunv <d v^f c» dtcoirXiiv ic ^iiovy KdKiWtv ififf f waya- 
yivrac irdoac Tdc vavg ro^c MvXovc, ffv tov Kcupie 9? mulvBau 
«I»C Sk lirtun^ Kai ttpan ravra^ xai Uo^tv oinc iv r^ ainrboa fioXXov ^ 
t^^fcpoy, o^jc ic rovro ftSvov^ dXXd rai ic ^a ^EXXa ^p^ix<V corivrv, 
o^Kd4^eTH>( ilvoi. Kol ol fciv 'A&9va»o» d^' iimipac tirO^'Toir^ 



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ILA. — CLASSICS. 427 

nf rp^^ ^r^fl rf vigff Atrh r$c MiX^rov df stfrirmtVyCai ol *ApyfZdc 
Mord r6xos md irp6c ^pyi^v 9% ivfi^ac aviwKivcav U rijs 2<i/iov 

(&.) mU irnpaivlfffic ^EXXoc fv liroiovyro iv o^ffiy abrois dvu/rd' 
IMMM, col «»c •if iil Mffuiv Srt 4 irSXig aifriiv &pianiw roi^e ydp 

vrhftu. Ix&ifTfav yAp v^wy rb frav vavruebv r^c SKkat vSXitg &v 
ii^ovviv AvayK&ottv rh xpi/*^Ta bftoUtc 8ii6yai jcol d iKiiBtv «[»p- 
ImUvto* ir^Xiv ri ydp vflviv iv&gxiiv ^fiov oifK iffOtvfj, iXk* 9 
irap' iX^x'^^^'*' ^') 4^^' ''^ 'A0i|val«0y cpciroc r^c BaKdtrtniQy 8rc in-o- 
X£fi90fy, i^cXMat, ro^ n ToXefdovQ U rov airov xiupiov dLfiivtoBai 
odT9p Htd 9rp6repov. col ivvar^ipoi elvai c^iic Ixovrcc tAs vavc 
wopU^taBeu rd imrriSiia tSw iv r§ ir^Xci. Kal Si lavrovc rt iv ry 
2a/ty irposoOq^ovc leai vpdrtpov aifro^^ Kpartiv rev i( rbv Uapaia 
ioTrXov, Kal vvv Iq roiovrov KaratrrTjQovTai fi^ PovXofiivoiv n^ioi 
iroXiv rijv voXiTtiav dnodovvcu, &crt avroi ^wariurcpot tivai ilgyiiv 
hilvovQ r^c BaXdetnic 4 vtr IkUviov upyiffBai* /Spaxv rk n tlvai 
Ktd Mnfbg &luw, ^ vp^c rb iripiyiyvioBM twv iroXtfii(av 4 v6Xig 
9^iot XJphviiiog ipff xai Mkv (iiroXiiiXccivai, 01 ye firin dpyvpiov ilxov 
in wifiwiof, dXX* ctirrol itroptZovro 01 crpaTwrcu, fiTjn ^vXivfut 
Xfin9T6vf oiirtp 'ivtKa vtSXif crrparoirl^wv KpanX, aXXd Kai Iv To{f- 
rotc rove /liv i^/iaprijccvat to^q vaTplove v6fiovs KardKvffavraf^ 
abroi ik ffiaKfiV Kal Ueivovg wupdaioOai TrponavayKdZuv. iiari 
oidk TOVTOVC, otirtp Slv povXtvouv n XPI^^^''* frapa fffici x^^P^^S 
eZvat.— (76.) 



Bender into Greek prose the following : — 

The mischief was more visible by much than the 
remedy. It was evident some action must be with the 
enemy within a few days, and what inconvenience would 
flow from any alteration at such a conjuncture of time it 
was not hard to guess, when both officer and soldier 
were, desirous to take any occasion and to find any 
excuse to lay down their arms. And it was plain that^ 
though there were very few who could do good, there 
were enough that could do hurt Besides, whoever was 
fit to undertake so great a trust and charge would with 
difficulty be prevailed upon to take upon hm the com- 
mand of a dissolute, undisciplined, wicked, beaten army, 
upon which he must engage his honour and the hope of 
what was left, without having time to reform or instruct 
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428 EZAHIKATIOK PAPEBS. 

that, though there was little hope of doing good by any 
alteration in command, there was evident and demon- 
strable ruin attending no alteration ; and they who were 
trusted might be accountable to the world for not 
adyising the prince to do that which, how hopeless 
soever, alone remained to be done. 



GBEEE VEBSE COMPOSITION. 

October, 1874. 

Professor jyAsxn Thompson, ila. 

Bender into Greek trimeter iambics the following 
lines: — 

Caaca. Indeed, thej saj, the senators to-moirow 
Mean to establish Cccsar as a king : 
And he shall wear his crown by sea and land, 
In every place, save here in Italy. 

C(U8iu8. I know where I will wear this dagger then. 
Ccusius from bondage shall deliver Caasitia. 
Therein, ye gods, you make the weak most strong ; 
Therein, ye gods, you tyrants do defeat ; 
Nor stony tower, nor walls of beaten brass, 
Nor airless dungeon, nor strong links of iron. 
Can be retentive to the strength of spirit ; 
But life, being weary of these worldly bars, 
Never lacks power to dismiss itself. 



LATIN. 

Itt October, 1874. 

Professor Nesbitt, h.a. 

Translate the passages in two of the subjoined sections, 
adding brief notes where you think them necessary : — 

1. (a.) Coelo supinas si tuleris manus 
Nascente Luna, rustica Phidyle, 
Si thure placaris et homa 
Eruge Lares avidaque porca, 

Nee pestUentem sentiet Africum 
Fecunda vitis, nee sterilem seges 
Bobiginem aut dulces alunmi 
Ponufero grave tempus anno. 



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M.A. — CLAJ9SIC8. 429 

Nam quae nivali pascitur Algido 
Devota quercus inter et ilioes 
Ant crescit Albanis in herbis 
Yictima, ponti£cum secures 

Cervice tinget : te nihil attinet 
Tentare multa caede bidentium 
Parvos coronantem marino 
Bore deos fragilique myrto. 

Immunis aram si tetigit manus, 
Non sumtuoaa blandior hostia 
Mollivit aversos Penates 
Farre pio et saliente mica. 

Horace — Odes^ iii, 23. 

(Discuss the variouH intei'pretations which have been 
given of the last stanza.) 

(6.) Yenena magnum fas nefasque non yalent 
Convertere humanam vicem. 
Diris agam yds ; dira detestatio 

NuUa expiatur victima. 
Quin, ubi perire iussus exspiravero, 

Noctumus occurram Furor 
Petamque voltus umbra curvis unguibus. 

Quae vis deorum est manium, 
Et inquietis aasidens praecordiis 

Pavore somnos auferam. 
Yos turba yicatim hinc et hinc saxis petens 

Contundet obscoenas anus ; 
Post insepulta membra different lupi 

Et Esquilinae alites, 
Neque hoc parentes heu mihi superstites 
ij^fugerit spectaculum. 

nnd.—Epod.y v., 87-102. 

(1. Discuss the various interpretations of ' venena mag- 
num — ^vioem.' (2.) Give examples of the hiatus occur- 
ring in V. 100). 

(c.) Effutire levis indigna tragoedia versus, 
Ut festis matrona moveri iussa diebus, 
Intererit satyris paulum pudibunda protervis. 
Non ego inomata et dominantia nomina solum 

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430 EXAMINATION PAPEBS. 

Yerbaque, PiaoneB, Btktpx>rum scriptor amabo^ 
Nee sic enitar tragioo differre oolori, 
Ut nihil intersit Davusne loquatur ei audaz 
Pythias emuncto lucrata Simone talentum, 
An custos famulusque dei Silenus aJumnL 
Ex noto fictum carmen sequar, ut sibi quivis 
Speretidem, sudet multum frustraque laboret 
Aiisus idem : tantum series iuncturaque poUet, 
Tantum de medio sumtis accedit honoris. 

Ibid.— A. P., 231-243. 
2. (a.) Ble manu mulcens propexam ad pectora barbaooi 

Frotinus Oebalii rettulit arma Tati, 
XJtque levis custos armillis capta Sabinos 

Ad summae tacitos duxerit arcis iter. 
Inde, velut nunc est, per quern descenditis, inqoit^ 

Arduus in valles et fora clivus erat. 
Et iam oontigerant portam, Satumia cuius 

Dempserat oppositas insidiosa seras. 
Cum tanto veritus committere numine pugnam 

Ipse meae paovi callidus artis opus, 
Oraque, qua pollens ope sum, fontana reclosi^ 

Sumque repentinas eiaculatus aquas. 
Ante tamen madidis subieci sulphura venis, 

Clauderet ut Tatio fervidus humor iter. 
Cuius ut utilitas pulsis percepta Sabinis, 

Quae fuerat tuto reddita forma loco est. 
Ara mihi posita est parvo coniuncta sacello : 

Haec adolet flammis cum strue farra suis. 

0Yii>—Fa8t.y i., 260-276. 
(6.) Restat ut inveniam quare toga libera detur 

Luce fere pueris, candide Bacche, tua : 
Sive quod ipse puer semper iuvenisque videris, 

£t media est aetas inter utrumque tibi ; 
Seu quia tu pater es, patres sua pignora natos 

Commendant curae numinibusque tuis ; 
Sive, quod es Liber, vestis quoque libera per te 

Sumitur et vitae liberioris iter ; 
An quia, com colerent xnrisd studioaius agros, 

Et patrio faoeret rure senator opus, 
Et caperet fasoes a cutto consul aratro, 

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Jf.A«— CLASSICS. 431 

BnslioaB ad ludos populus veniebat in urbem*; 

Sed disnon studiis ille dabator lionos : 
Luoc sua ludos avae oominentor habebat, 

Quos com taedifera nunc habet ille dea. 

Ibid,, iiL, 771-786. 

(c.) Turn qiioque prisoorum virgo simulacra Tirorum 
Mittere roboreo scirpea ponte solet. 
Corpora post decies senos qui credidit annos 
Missa n€ci, sceleris crimine daumat avos. 
Fama vetus, tunc cum Satumia terra vocata est,. 

Talia fatidici dicta fuisse loyis : 
'Faldfero Ubata neni duo corpora gentis 

Mittite, quae Tuscis excipiantur aquis.' 
Donee in haec venit Tirynthius arva, quotannis- 

Tristia Leucadio sacra peracta modo : 
lUum BtramineoB in aquam misisse Quirites ; 

Herculis exemplo corpora falsa iaci. 
Pars putat, ut ferrent iuvenes suffragia soli, 
Pontibus infiimos praedpitasse senes. 

/W(i., v., 621-634. 
3. {a,\ Ventre nihil novi frugalius. hoc tamen ipsum 
Detecisse puta, quod inani sufficit alvo : 
Nulla crepido vacat ? nusquam pons et tegetis pars 
Dimidia brevier? tantine iniuria cenae? 
Tarn ieiuna fames, quum possit honestius Ulic 
Et tremere et sordes farris mordere canini 1 , 

Primo fige loco, quod tu discumbere iussus 
Mercedem solidam veterum capis offidorum. 
Fructus amicitiae magnae cibus ; imputat hunc rex, 
£t quamvis rarum tamen imputat. ergo duos post 
Si libuit menses neglectum adhibere clientem, 
Tertia ne vacuo cessaret culdta lecto : 
Una simus, ait. votorum summa ! quid ultra 
Quaeris % habet Trebius, propter quod rumpere som- 

num 
Debeat et ligulas dimittere, solUcitus ne 
Tota salutatrix iam turba peregeiit orbem 
• Sideribos dubiis, aut illo tempore quo se 
Frigida circumagant pigri sanaca Bootae. 
Qaalis cena tamen ? vinum, quod sucida nolit 
Lana pati ; de conviva Corybanta videbis. 
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432 EXAMIKATION PAPERS. 

(&.) Parte alia, longis Numidarum fiilta oolomniBy 
Surgat et algentem rapiat oenatio solem. 
Quanticumque domus, veniet qui ferculadocte 
Componat ; veniet qui pulmentaria condat. 
fios inter sumptus sestertia Quintiliano, 
Ut multum, duo sufficient : res nulla minoris 
Constabit patri, quam filius. Unde igitur tot 
Quintilianus habet saltus t exempla novorum 
Patorum transi : felix et pulcher et aoer ; 
Felix et sapiens et nobUis et generosus 
Appositam nigrae lunam subtexit alutae ; 
Felix orator quoque maximus et iaculator ; 
£t si perfrixit, cantat bene. Distat enim quae 
Sidera te excipiant modo primos incipientem 
Edere vagitus et adhuc a matre rubentem. 

lind., yu., 182-196. 

(c.) Saepe oculos, memini, tangebam parvus olivo, 
Grandia si nollem morituri verba Catonis 
Discere non sano multum laudanda magistro, 
Quae pater adductis sudans audiret amicis. 
lure ; etenim id summum, quid dexter senio ferret. 
Scire erat in voto ; damnosa canicula quantum 
Haderet ; angustae collo non fallier orcae ; 
Keu quis calUdior buxmn torquere flagello. 
Haud tibi inexpertum curves deprendere moreSy 
Quaeque docet sapiens braocatis illita Medis 
Porticus, insomnis quibus et detonsa inventus 
Invigilat, siliquis et grandi pasta polenta ; 
Et tibi quae Samios diduxit littera ramos 
Surgentem dextro monstravit limite callem. 

Persius, iii, 44-67. 

{d.) Libertate opus est, non hac, ut quisque Yelina 
Publius emeruit, scabiosom tesserula &r 
PoBsidet. Heu steriles veri, quibus una Quiritem 
Vertigo facit ! hie Dama est non tressis agaao, 
Yappa lippus et in tenui fjEirragine mendaz : 
Yerterit hunc dominus, memento turbinis exit 
Marcus Dama : papae ! Marco spondente recosas 
Credere tu nummos 1 Marco sub iudioe palles 1 
Marcus dixit : ita est ; adsigna, Marce, tabeUas. 
Haec mera libertas ! hoc nobis pillea donant ! 

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M.A. — CLASSICS. 433 

General Questions. 

1. Three periods may be distinguished in the literary 
activity of Ovid ? What are the caiises which have been 
assigned for his banishment? Estimate the worth — 
poetical and archseological — of the Fasti. 

2. * Experior quid concedatur in illos 
Quorum Flaminia tegitur cinis atque Latina.' 

How far has Juvenal carried out the intention here 
expressed] 

3. Cite from the Satires of Juvenal any references you 
may remember to preceding writers. 

i. Give some account of the scholia upon Horace which 
pass under the names of Acron and Porphyrius. 

5. What is the earliest, and what the latest, historical 
allusion in the Odes of Horace 1 Mention any other fixed 
dates which you may remember. 

6. (1) Account for the occasional lengthening of syl- 
lables usually short in classical Latin. ^2) State and 
exemplify the usage of the Augustan ana of the later 
poets as to the quantity of final o, 

7. Give the diminutives of the following words, ex- 
plaining any phonetic changes which they have under- 
gone : alveus^ lapis, catena, signum, paucus, plus, ratio, 
arbos, bos, domus, spes. This cla.ss of nouns has played an 
important part in the Komance languages : give instances. 

8. State the primitive meaning of the gerundive, and 
draw out as fully as you can its various uses in Latin 
writers. 

9. State briefly the principal uses of the reflexive pro- 
nouns in the clauses of sentences, and show how they are 
supplemented by the use of the pronoun ipse, 

10. Write the following epitaph in classical Latin, and 
explain the archaic forms it presents : — 

L. Comelio Gn. F. On. N. Scipio 
magna sapientia multasque uirtutes 
aetate quom parua posidet hoc saxsum. 
quoiei uita defecit, non honoe, honore, 
is hie situs quei nunquam victus est virtutei, 
annoB gnatus uiginti is Diteist mandatus : 
ne quairatis honore quei minus sit mandatus. 



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434 EXAMINATION PAPBB8. 

Professor Maocibb, lud. 
Translate, adding brief explanations where you think 
neoessary, any two of the following extracts : — 

A. Tacitus — Hi$iorie8, 

1 . Sustenuit labantem aciem Antonius accitis praetorianis. 
Qui ubi excepere pugnam, pelluht hostem, dein pelluntur. 
Namque Yitelliani tormenta in aggerem viae contulerant, 
ut tela vacuo atque aperto excuterentur, dispersa prima 
et arbustis sine hostium noxa inlisa. Magnitudine eximiAr 
quintae decumae legionis ballista ingentibus saxis hosti- 
lem aciem proruebat. Lateque cladem intulisset, ni duo 
milites praeclarum facinus ausi, arreptis e strage scutis 
ignorati, vincla ac libramenta tormentorum abscidissent. 
Statim confossi sunt, eoque intercidere nomina : de facto 
baud ambigitur. Neutro inclinaverat fortuna, donee 
adulta nocte luna surgens ostenderet acies falleretque. 
Sed Flavianis aequior a tergo ; hinc maiores equorum 
vii-onimque umbrae, et falso, ut in corpora, ictu tela 
hostium citra cadebant : Vitelliani adverse lumine con- 
lucentes velut ex occulto iaculantibus incauti offerebantur. 
—(III., 23.) 

2. Quo die senatum ingressus est Domitianus, de ab- 
sentia patris fratrisque ac iuventa sua pauca et modica 
disseruit, decorus habitu ; et ignotis adhuc moribus crebra 
oris confusio pro modestia accipiebatur. E^ferente 
Caesare de restituendis Galbae honoribus, oensuit Curtius 
Montanus ut Pisonis quoque memoria celebraretur. 
Patres utrumque iussere : de Pisone irritum fuit. Turn 
sorte ducti, per quos redderentur bello rapta, quique aera 
legum vetustate delapsa noscerent figerentque, et fastos 
aclulatione temporum foedatos exonerarent modumque 
publicis impensis facerent. fledditur Tettio luliano 
praetura, postquam cognitus est ad Yespasianum confu- 
gisse : Gripho honor mansit. Repeti inde oognitionem 
inter Musonium Rufum et PubUum Celerem placuit^ 
damnatusque Publius et Soraoi manibus satisfactum. 
Insignis publica severitato dies ne privatim quidem laude 
caruit. lustmn indicium explesse Musonius videbatur : 
diversa fama Demetrio Cynicam sectam profeoio, quod 
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M.A. — GLA881CS. 435 

Ipsi Publio neque animtiB in periculis neque oratio sub- 
peditavit. Signo tdtionis in aocnsatores dato, petit a 
Oaesare lunius Manricus, nt commentaiiomm principa- 
lituD potestatem senatui faceret, per quos nosoeret quern 
qnisque accusandtim poposcisset. Constdendum tali super 
r© principem respondit. — (IV., 40.) 

What period of Roman History do the Historiea 
cover ? 

Enumerate the other works of Tacitus. 

B. Cicero.— i>e Qfficiis. 

1. Panaetius igitur, qui sine controversia de officiis ac- 
curatissime disputavit quemque nos correctione quadam 
adhibita potissimum secuti sumus, tribus generibus pro- 
positis, in qtdbus deliberare homines et consultare de 
officio solerent, uno, quiim dubitarent honestumne id esset^ 
de quo ageretur, an turpe, altero utilcne esset an inutile, 
tertio, si id, quod speciem haberet honesti, pugnaret cum 
eo, quod utile videretur, quo modo ea discemi oporteret, 
de duobus generibus primis tribus libris explicavit^ de 
tertio autem genere deinceps se scripsit dicturum nee 
exsolyit id, quod promiserat. Quod eo magis miror, quia 
scriptum a discipulo eius Posidonio est, triginta annis 
vixisse Panaetium postea quam illos Ubroe edidisset. 
Quem locum miror a Posidonio breviter esse tactum in 
quibusdam commentariis, praesertim quum scribat nullum 
esse locum in tota philosophia tam necessarium. Minime 
Tero adsentior iis, qui negant eum locum a Panaetio 
praetermissum, sed consulto relictum nee omnino scriben- 
dum foisse, quia numquam posset utilitas cum honestate 
pugnare. De quo alterum potest habere dubitationem, 
adhibendumne fuerit hoc genus, quod in diyisione Panaetii 
tertium est, an plane omittendum, alterum dubitari non 
potest quin a Panaetio susceptum sit, sed relictum. Nam 
qui e divisione tripertita duas partes absolyerit, huic 
necesse est restare tertiam. Praeterea ia extreme libro 
tertio de hac parte pollicetur se deinceps esse dicturum. 
Accedit eodem testis locuples Posidonius, qui etiam scribit 
in quadam epistola P. Butilium Bufam dicere solere, qui 
Panaetium audierat, '' ut nemo pictor esset inventus, qui 
in Coa Yenere earn partem, quam Apelles inchoatam 
reliquiBset, abeolveret," — oris enim pulcritudo reliqui cor- 



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pons imitandi spem auferebat — , " sic, ea, quae Panaetius 
praetermisisset et non perfecisset, propter eonim, quae 
perfecisset, praestantdam nemmem esse persecutum." — 
(HI, 2.) 

2. Peiiclitemur, si placet, iniis quidem exemplis,in quibus 
peccari vulgus hominum fortasse non putet. Neque enim 
de sicaiiis, veneficis, testamentariis, furibus, peculatoribus 
hoc loco disserendum est, qui non verbis sunt et disputa- 
tione philosophorum, sed vinclis et carcere fatigandi, sed 
haec consideremus, quae faciunt ii, qui habentur bonL 
L. Minucii Basili locupletis hominis falsum testamentum 
quid am e Graecia Komam attulerunt. Quod quo facilius 
obtinerent, scripserunt heredes secum M. Crassum et Q. 
Hortensium, homines eiusdem aetatis potentissimos : qui 
quum illud falsum esse suspicarentur,.sibi autem nullius 
essent conscii culpae, alieni facinoris munusculum non 
repudiaverunt. Quid ergo? satin hoc est, ut non deli- 
quisse videantur 1 Mihi quidem non videtur, quamquam 
altenim vivum amavi, alterum non odi mortuum. Sed 
quum Basilus M. Satrium sororis filium nomen suum ferre 
voluisset eumque fecisset heredem — hunc dico patronum 
agri Piceni et Sabini, o turpem notam temporum nomen 
illorum ! — , num erat aequum principes cives rem habere, 
ad Satrium nihil praeter nomen pervenire ? Etenim, si 
is, qui non defendit iniuriam neque propulsat, quum 
potest, iniuste facit, ut in primo libro djsserui, qualis 
habendus est is, qui non modo non repellit, sed etiam 
adiuvat iniuriam ? Mihi quidem etiam yerae hereditates 
non honestae videntur, si sunt malitiosis blanditiis, officio- 
rum non veritate, sed simulatione quaesitae. Atqui in 
talibus rebus aliud utile interdum, aliud honestum videri 
solet. Falso : nam eadem utilitatis quae honestatis est 
regula. Qui hoc non perviderit, ab hoc nulla fraus aberit^ 
nullum fiB.cinus. Sic enim cogitans : '' Est istuc quidem 
honestum, verum hoc expedit,'' res a natura copulatas 
audebit errore divellere, qui fons est fraudium, malefido- 
rum, scelerum omnium. — (III., 18.) 

Give an abstract of the first book. 

C. LiVY. 
1. Movisse eos Camillus cum aliaoratione turn ea quae 
ad religiones pertinebat maxime dicitur. Sed rem 



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dubiam decrevit vox opportune emissa, quod, cum senatus 
post paulo de his rebus in curia Hostiiia haberetur, co- 
hortesque ex praesidiis reyertentes forte agmine forum 
transirent, oenturio in comitio exclamavit " signifer, 
statue signum, hie manebimus optime.'* Qua voce audita 
et senatus accipere se omen ex curia ^;ressus conclamavit, 
et plebs circumfusa approbayit. Antiquata deinde lege 
promiscue urbs aedificari coepta. Tegula publico praebita 
est; saxi materiaeque caedendae, unde quisque yeUet, 
ius factum ; praedibus acoeptis eo anno aedificia per- 
fecturos. Festinatio curam exemit yioos dirigendi, dum 
omisso sui alienique discrimine in yacuo aedificant. £a 
est causa, ut yeteres cloacae, prime per publicum ductae, 
nunc priyata passim subeant tecta, formaque urbis sit oe- 
cupatae magis qxiam diyisae similis. — (Y., 55.) 

2. lam Romae etiam sua infamis clades erat. Obsesses 
primum audierunt; tristior deinde ignominiosae pacis 
magis quam periculi nimtius fuit. Ad famam obsidionis 
dilectus haberi coeptus erat ; dimissus deinde auxiliorum 
apparatus, postquam deditionem tarn foede factam acce- 
perunt ; extemploque sine ulla publica auctoritate con- 
sensum in oionem formam luctus est : tabemae circa fo- 
rum clausae, iustitiumque in foro sua sponte coeptum 
prius quam indictum ; lati clayi, anuli aurei positi ; paene 
maestior exercitu ipso ciyitas esse ; nee duoibus solum 
atque auctoribus sponsoribusque pacis irasci, sed innoxios 
etiam milites odisse et negare urbe tectisye accipiendos. 
Quam concitationem animorum fregit adyentus exercitus 
etiam iratis miserabilis. Non enim tamquam in patriam 
reyertentes ex insperato incolumes, sed captorum habitu 
yultuque ingressi sero in urbem ita se in suis quisque 
tectis abdiderunt, ut postero atque insequentibus diebus 
nemo eorum forum aut publicum aspicere yellet. Con- 
sules in priyato abditi nihil pro magistratu agere, nisi 
quod expressum senatus consulto est, ut dictatorem di- 
oerent comitiorum causa. Q. Fabium Ambuatum dixerunt 
et P. Aelium Paetum magistrum equitum. Quibus yitio 
O'eatis sufiTecti M. Aemilius Papus dictator L. Valerius 
Flaccus magister equitum. Nee per eos oomitia habita, 
et quiataedebat populum omnium magistratuumeius anni, 
res ad interregnum rediit. Interreges Q. Fabius Maxi- 



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miia M. Valeritis Oorvus. Is consiiles creavit Q. Publi- 
lixun Fhilonem et L. Papirium Cursorem iterum hand 
dubio consensu civitatis, quod nulli ea tempestate duces 
clariores essent. — (IX., 7.) 

What are the sources of the early history of Rome? 

Describe from livy only the Servian ConstitutioiL 



Translate into Latin : — 

If the progress of democracy do indeed logicaUy lead to 
the conclusions I have pointed out, if the practice of 
handing over political power and the command of legis- 
lation increasingly to the less enlightened classes must 
operate to render government and laws less sagacious and 
beneficent, — then, since the tendency of circumstances 
is decidedly set in this direction in nearly every country, 
both in Europe and America, we can foresee little in the 
fature but progressive decadence in alfthe higher elements 
of national life. I cannot gainsay the inference. I 
cannot see that • the advances of democracy during 
the last fifty or seventy years in France, Spain, 
Switzerland, Belgium, the United States, and elsewhere, 
have oflfered results which invalidate the argument 
I cannot at present discern the quarter from which reaction 
or rescue is to come, or the Deus ex machin& who is to- 
intervene ; and there is more faith than philosophy in our 
vague trust that harvest will not follow seed-time, and 
that causes, which in all previous history have been 
relentlessly fertile, will hereafter become pretematurally 
barren. It may be that the education of schools, the 
education of life, the education of penalty and failure^ 
may in time so tell upon the minds of the less competent 
and less instructed classes as to induce them voluntarily 
to divest themselves of functions which others are more 
fitted to discharge. But of the dawn of that better day 
no preluding ray, however faint, is as yet visible in the 
clouded sky ; and if it should come — as I with others 
hope in trembling — neither writer or reader will survive 
to share its sunshine : it will come in the fulness of time, 
when all of us shall be mute, and most of us forgotten ; 
when (to quote -the words of far the greatest master <^ 



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political vifidom that our country has produced), — ** wlien 
the grave shall haye heaped its mould on our presumption^ 
and the silent tomb shall have imposed its law upon our 
pert loquacity." 

Professor Nesbitt, m.a. 
Translate into Latin Hexameters : — 

The nightly hunter lifting up his eyes 
Towards the crescent moon, with grateful heart 
Caird on the lovely wanderer who bestowed 
That timely light, to share his joyous sport ; 
And hence a beaming goddess with her nymphs, 
Across the lawn and through the darksome grove, 
(Not unaccompanied with tuneful notes 
By echo multiplied from rock or cave), 
Swept in the storm of chase, as moon and stars 
Gleam rapidly across the clouded heavens 
When winds are blowing loud. 



MATHEMATICS. 

October, 1874. 

Professor Allman, ll.d. 

1. Find the equation of a straight line passing throngl 
two given points. Find also the equation of a plane 
passing through three given points ; and detennine the 
geometrical signification of the co-efficients in the equation. 

2. Investigate formulae for the transformation from 
one system of rectangular axes to another in a plane and 
in space. How many independent constants are intro- 
duced in each case 1 

3. Investigate the equation of a circle and of a sphere 
referred to rectangular co-ordinates. 

Show that the straight line joining the centres of two* 
circles, or two spheres, is perpendicular to their chord, or 
plane, of intersection. 

4. Explain the theoty of the reduction of the general 
equation of the second degree in two and in three 
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5. Show that the equation of curves of the seoond 
degree may, in general, be reduced to the form a /3— ^=0, 
and point out the case in which this transformation can- 
not be eflfected. Interpret this equation. 

Show that the equation of curves of the third d^ree 
may, in general, be reduced to the form a ft y— ^ ?=0, 
where a, /3, y, 5 are linear functions of the co-ordinates, 
and k an arbitrary parameter. 

What geometrical properties of curves of the third 
degree can be obtained from this transformation 1 

6. If from a point A of a curve of the third d^^ree, 
four tangents be drawn to the curve, and the points of 
contact joined, show that these chords will intersect, two 
by two, in three points which lie on the curve. Show, 
further, that any straight line drawn through A is cut 
iiarmonically by the curve and a pair of the chords of 
contact. How must this theorem be modified when the 
curve has a double point 1 

7. Through a given point P draw any straight line 
PSS', cutting a given sphere in the points S, S'; join 
S to Q (a given point on the surface of the sphere), and 
take on QS a portion QT equal to PS' ; show that the 
locus of T is an ellipsoid. 

Find its centre, the direction and magnitude of its axes, 
and its circular sections. ' When is the ellipsoid thus 
generated of revolution ? 

8. Prove that the sum of the principal parameters of 
any two conjugate diametral sections of a paraboloid is 
constant. 

9. Three fixed points being given in a plane, and three 
other fixed points in space; find the locus of a point 
whose distances from the three fixed points in space are 
equal respectively to the distances of a variable point in 
the plane from the three fixed points in it. Show that 
this (Jacobi's) method of generating surfaces of the second 
degree can be derived from MacCullagh's modular method. 

10. Find the equation of the cone circumscribing an 
ellipsoid, the axes of co-ordinates being the normals to 
the three sur&ces described through the vertex confocal 
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Profeesor Pubseb, m.a. 

1. A Tariable tangent to a curve at a point P, cute off 
from an outer curve which it meets in two points P„ P, a 
variable area. 

(1.) Prove that when the area is a maTimum or 
minimum, P, P, is bisected in P. 

(2.) Establish the following criterion to distinguish 
between maxima and minima. Let the nor- 
mals at Pi P, meet the normal at P in Y, Y^ 
and let M be the middle point of Y, Y^ Q ihe 
centre of curvature corresponding to P, then 
the area is a maximum or minimum according 
as PQ-PM i^ or ^ 0, PQ or PM being 
taken as positive if it lies in a direction 
opposite to that of the intercepted area. 

2. Given base and area of a spherical triangle, find the 
locus of the vertex. 

Reciprocate the problem and the solution. 

3. !Ehcamine the conditions that the origin be a double 
point on an algebraic curve. Show that in general if the 
tangents at the double point coincide the curvature is 
there infinite. 

4. An equilateral hyperbola passes through two fixed 
points, and one of its asymptotes through a third fixed 
point, prove that the other asymptote envelopes a 
parabola. 

5. Find the functional and differential equations of 
the family of surfaces generated by a right line moving 
parallel to the plane of xy. 

6. If the perpendicular on the tangent plane to a 
surface be given in terms of its polar angles and f, 

show ^^r^-p^^ity^^it)'' ^^^^-^^- 

radius vector. 

7. A curve in space is given by the equations 

(1) That it is inclined at a constant angle to the 

axis of y. 

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8. Show that if the normal at P be taken as aziB of z 
the lines of curvature are given by the equation 

Find in this case the condition that the point P be an 
umbilic. 

If it be so, show that the consecutive normal at Q 
most nearly intersects the normal at P when Q lies on one 

of the three lines determined by the equation J\ iaf 4- 

9. Find when / Yc^xbetweengivenlimitsisamazimunL 

or minimum, V being a given function of as, y, -X Ac 

dx 

Apply this to find the curve of given length between 

two fixed points A and B, such that the area of the 

surface described by its revolution round AB may be a 

mfLYinnmn- 

10. One end of a wire of given length is fixed, show 
that, if the wire receive a small displacement so that the 
radius of curvature receives an increment tp at each pointy 
the displacements of the free end are given by the 
equations 

Professor Niven, m.a. 

1, Explain how the situation of the real roots of an 
equation may be found, and their values approximated to. 

If a)3yd be the roots of a biquadratic equation, find 
the sum of all such products as (a* + i3*)yd. 

2. Investigate a formula of reduction for 



/a^(a* + »*)•(&. 



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3. Fmd 

/!i_^?-_- and thence/!! ^^ ; 

ya COB •6 + 6 Bin "e J {acoe^e +6Bin'6)*' 

thence also find the area of the curve 

4. Given that cc=- /i/'(y)c?y, for all values of iP,and 

where t//(^) is independent of a, show how the form of if» 
may be found. 

5. Write down as many groups of equation of the first 
order as you can, explai ning th e methods of solution. 

Solve ^ZL^ g^^ - wherep=^. 

6. Give an account of the symbolical method of solving 
linear differential equations. 

Solve thus — 

—i? + ^ + V cs sin as. 

_JL + t/=sa5* sin a?. 

7. Find the complete integral, and singular solution of 
the equation -J—. = - ^ "^ a*. 

8. The complete solution of a partial differential 
equation of the first order but not of tlie first degree, and 
containing two independent variables, consists of a group of 
three equations : show this, and illustrate geometrirally the 
nature of the connexion between the members of the group. 

Example. Consider ?=?^. ~ 
y dx dy 

9. Solve the equations — 

(1) (a: + y)^+(y+«)^-« + «. 

10. Find the curve for which the curvature is propor- 
tional to the cube root of the perpendicular on the tangent 
ftom a fixed point, and whi^h passes through that point. 



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MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS. 

\st October^ 1674 — Moming. 

Professor England, m.a. 

1. Determine the form in which a chain will hang sus- 
pended at two points when the density at any point varies 
as the tension at that point, the thickneas being unifomt. 

2. State D'Alembert's principle, and apply it to form 
the equations of motion of a system subject to the action 
of any forces. 

3. The density of a rod Taries as the distance from one 
end. Find the axis perpendicular to it about which the 
time of oscillation is a minimum. 

4. A right cone is floating with its axis vertical and 
vertex downwards in a fluid whose density varies as the 
depth. Prove that for stable equilibrium 



cos*o 



< ^H- 



2a being the vertical angle, p the density of the cone, and 
V the density of the fluid at a depth equal to the height 
of the cone. 



Professor Curtis, ll.d. 

5. If each particle of a homogeneous solid ellipsoid 
attract according to the law of nature, prove that the sur- 
feuses of equilibrium, for irUemal apace, are a system of 
concentric, similar, and similarly placed ellijisoids. Prove 
also that the same is not true of eodemcd space except 
when the attracting ellipsoid is reduced to a sphere. 

6. Investigate the condition which must be fulfilled in 
order that it should be possible to find within a solid body 
a point such that the moment of inertia round eveiy line 
passing through this point should be the same. Show 
that the number of sudi points is never greater than two, 
and define their positions geometrically. 

7. Give the pkytieal interpr^aiion of each of the fol- 
lowing equations employed in hydrodynamics — 

dr\dx^dy^dz) ' dt^ dx^ dy 



d-'^' 



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8. If an e^e be placed in air dose to the surface of a 
clear stagnant fluid, show that the apparent form of a 
circular arc in the fluid, whose centre coincides with the 
place of the eye, and whose plane is perpendicular to the 

surface is defined by the equation r=tt f*"^ a > where 

a is the radius of the circle, and ^ is the index of refrac- 
tion from air into water. 



Professor Everett, d.cl. 

9. Show that a rigid body can be moved from any posi- 
tion in space to any second position by causing a nut fixed 
in the body to turn upon a screw fixed in space. 

10. Prove the conservation of moments of momenta for 
a system of particles moving subject to no forces but their 
mutual attractions. Define " the invariable plane." * 

11. Discuss the conditions which determine the bright- 
ness of an object as seen in an astronomical refracting 
telescope. 

12. Show that the hodograph of a particle which de- 
scribes a conic section about a centre of force in one focus, 
is a circle. Hence show that the eflect of aberration 
must be to make the stars, when referred to the celestial 
sphere, describe small ellipses about their true places. 



Professor Enoulnd, m.a. 

1. If m be the ratio of the radius of the earth's orbit 
to that of an inferior planet, n the ratio of their motions in 
longitude considered uniform, the elongation of the planet 
as seen from the earth when the planet is stationary is 



tan' 






2. A body describes a parabolic arc under the action 
of a force directed to the focus ; prove that the time of 
describing any arc is given by the formula 

where rj r. are the extreme radii vectores of the arc and 
e its chord. 

X 



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446 EXAMIKATIOK PAPEBS. 

r 3. The law of force in an orbit nearly circular bein|^ 
given^ find an approximate value of the apsidal angle. 

4. The force varying inversely as the square of the 
distance, if a be the axis major of the apparent orbit de- 
scribed by P round S in motion, a' that of an orbit 
described by P round S at rest in the same periodic time, 

then a:a' = \^^^rrP : V%, 



Professor Cubtis, ll.d. 

5. Deduce the differential equations of the Moon's 
radius vector, and of the Moon's latitude. 

6. In endeavouring to obtain the second approximate 
solution of the equation for the Moon's radius vector, 
with what difficulty do we meet) Show that an exactly 
similar difficulty occurs in the theory of mweahU orh^ 
when one of the two orbits compared is a straight line, 
and the other is required, and find the moveable orbit of 
the straight line described under the action of the central 
force ^r. 

7. Show a priori that the tangential component of the 
Sun's disturbing force, so far as it affects the motion of 
the Moon's apse, would, in the second approximation, 
introduce into the differential equations for u a term of 
the same order aa mW, and therefore negligible, and 
that, in the third approximation, it would introduce a 
term of the same order as m*e. What effect has this last 
term on the motion of the apse 1 

8. If the equation for 8 be completely solved in the 
form 8=f(0)f how would you determine rigorously the 
position of ^e Line of Nodes, and the inclination, of the 
Instantaneous orbU f 

Professor Evxbbtt, d.cl. 

9. Investigate the velocity with which a pulse travela 
along a perfectly flexible musical string. 

10. llie middle point of a perfectly flexible musical 
string is drawn a small distance to one side, and then let 
go. Determine its form after times ^T, ^T, |T, T de- 
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1 1. State Fourier's theorem. What form does Fourier's 
series assume for a musical string vibrating in one plane ? 

12. A point describes an ellipse on the surface of a 
right circular cylinder, its motion being such that the 
plane through it and the axis revolves uniformly round 
the axis. The cylinder itself also revolves uniformly 
round the axis. Show that the projection of the moving 
point upon a fixed plane parallel to the axis has a motion 
compounded of two simple harmonic motions at right 
angles to each other. 

MATHEMATICAL PHTSICS— PB0BLEM8. 
2nd October J 1874. — Morning. 

Professor England, m.a. 

1. A uniform chain rests in the form of a cycloid 
whose axis is vertical under the action of gravity and a 
certain normal force, and the tension at the vertex 
vanishes ; prove that the normal force at any point is 

-i_(3co8»e-l). 

2. A point describes a parabola under acceleration 

which makes a constant angle a with the normal, B is 

the angle described from the vertex about the focus in 

the time t ; prove that 

de .6 ^»"» 

i^ occos'- € ^r. 
dt 2 

3. A circular hoop rests upon a smooth horizontal 
plane with a particle at its lowest point, and receives a 
horizontal velocity of projection Y iu its own plane ; find 
the value of Y in order that the particle may just rise to 
the height of the centre of the hoop. 

4. A right cone is moveable about its vertex, which is 
fixed at a given distance c below the surface of a heavy 
fluid, and rests with its axis h inclined at an angle 6 to 
the vertical, its base being completely out of the fluid 
prove that 

cos Q cos ^tt g oh 
{cos *6-sin *a}* p?" 
2a being the vertical angle, p and a the densities of the 
fluid and cone respectively. 

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448 BXABflNAJION PAPERS. 

Professor Curtis, ll.d. 

5 Prove tliat the volume of the ring generated by the 
revolution of any closed plane area A round a line 
parallel to its plane = AP cos 0, where P is the patfi 
described by the centre of gravity of the area, a^d 6 » 
the angle between its plane and the perpendicular let fall 
from its C. G. on the line. , xi. x xi. 

6 Find the locus of a point m space such that the 
attraction exerted on it by a homogeneous finite bar, 
attracting according to the law of nature, shaU pass 
through a fixed point not situated on the bar. 

7 Determine the centre of gravity of the symmetric^ 
half of the area enclosed by &prolaUy or curtaU, cycloid 

and its base. , i .^ • j 

8 The area included between a parabola, its axis, Mid 
an ordinate, is sunk in a homogeneous liquid in sucha 
vay that the ordinate is horizontal, and at a depth A», 
wWle the vertex is at a depth h ; prove the following 
expressions for the coordinates of the centre of pressuio— 

X 15^1 + 6^ y_ 5(2A, + A) 

a and 6 being the coordinates of the extreme point on the 

parabolic arc. . , . . xi_ 

Extend the result to the case in which the ai^ is 
included between the parabola, any diameter, and an 
ordinate to it, all else being as before. 

Professor Everett, d.cl. 

9 lines are drawn from a fixed point to repr^t the 
Bimiltaneous velocities of any number of points of a ngd 
body moving in an arbitrary manner; show that the 
extremities of these lines are in one plane. 

10 A, B C D are four systems of forces which have 
their' centni axes all parallel and in one pkne. Fo«- 
Zw systems, aA, 6B, cO, dD, are obtamed by multo- 
Swing every component of A by a, every component of 
B byl and soon. Show that it is always possible to 
SoL a, 6, c,<f, so that the resultant of aA,6B,cO, and 

dD shall be zero. ^ , , 

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Bystem B is equivalent to an equal force and a couple. 
"From any point P a line PA' is drawn parallel to the 
force of system A, and a line P£' parallel to the force of 
system B. Show that the moment of A round PB', 
pku the moment of B round PA', is constant for all 
positions of P. 

12. In a medium in which the absolute index of refrao- 
tion Taries inyersely as the n^ power of the distance from 
a fixed axis, show that a ray trayorsing a point at an 
arbitrary distance r from the axis in a direction perpen- 
dicular to r, and inclined to the axis at an angle whose 
tangent is Vn— 1, '^^ describe a helix. 



EXFEEIMENTAL PHYSICS. 
29M September^ \S74.— Morning. 

Professor Enqlakb a.m. 

1. Explain from theoretical considerations the fact that 
the freedng point of water is lowered by an increase of 
pressure. 

2. What is meant by Fluoresence ? Give an outline 
of Professor Stokes' investigation of this phenomenon. 

3. Describe Sir W. Thomson's guard ring electro- 
meter, and show how, by means of it, to measure the 
difference of potential of two opposed plane surfaces. 

4. Describe Siemen's armature as applied to the electro- 
magnetic machine. In what is it superior to Clarke's 
arrangement? 

Professor Cubtis, ll.d. 

5. How would you determine the constants of a specific 
gravity bottle, viz., the exact counterpoise, and the exact 
weight of the distilled water which it holds ? 

6. What formula connects the pressure, volume, and 
temperature of a given mass of gas? Show from this 
formula that, the pressure being constant, any increase iir 
volume is directly proportional to the corresponding 
increase in temperature. 

7. Determine the relation between the pressure and 
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450 EXAMINATION PAPERS. 

8. Describe Coulomb's balance of torsion for deter- 
mining the laws of electrical repuLdon, and the maimer of 
employing it ; also, that used hj him for investigating the 
laws of magnetic repulsion, and the maimer in whidi he 
employed it. 

Professor Everett, d.cl. 

9. On what assumptions would the density of the air 
tjimmiaVi in geometrical progression as the height increases 
in arithmetical progression T Give the proof. 

10. Explain the action of Holtz's electrical machine. 

11. Investigate the dimensions of electrical capacity in 
terms of mass, length, and time, both in the electrosstatic 
and in the electro-magnetic system of units ; also express 
these dimensions in terms of length, density, and time. 

12. State clearly the general principles of the calcu- 
lation on which Apjohn's formula for the dew-point is 
based. 

Afternoon. 

Professor England, m.a. 

1. A small pencil of light passes by the edge of an 
obstacle, describe and explain the resulting phenomena. 

2. When light is polarized at the surface of a trans- 
parent medium, what is the relation between the index 
of refraction and the angle of polarization ) 

3. Give Huygen's construction for the courses of the 
ordinary and extraordinary rays in a uniaxial crystal. 

4. What is Helmholtz's theory of the timhre of musical 
soimds f Give an outline of the analytical and synthetical 
experiments by which he supports his theory. 

Professor Curtis, ll.d. 

5. Describe Fresner& mirrors, and the nature and form 
of the fringes formed by means of them. Show how they 
may be employed for determining the length of a wave of 
homogeneous Ught. How has Dr. Lloyd modified Fresnel's 
experiment) 

6. Prove that the two angles of polarization of two 
media along their surfiBUse of contact are complementary. 



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7. Give the fonnula which contains the laws of the 
tranwene vibrations of strings. Of what other vibrations 
are strings susceptible ? Give the laws ol these. 

8. Give the laws of the periods of vibration corrres- 
ponding to the overtones of a stretched string ^ and of a 
stretched rod. Account for the difference between them. 



Professor Everett, d.cl. 

9. What are the peculiarities of Helmholts's siren t 
How is it used for illustrating beats t Explain particu- 
larly what is observed when ihe two principal notes are 
Hi? an interval of a fifth. 

10. Describe the experimental means employed by 
Helmholtz for examining the vibrations of a string. 

11. Explain the production of colour by elliptic polar- 
' ization ; and descrilM an experiment to which your answer 

is applicable. 

12. Describe accurately the focal adjustments in Fou- 
oault's apparatus for measuring the velocity of light by 
a revolving mirror ] and indicate the positions of the 
successive images of the slit or wire formed by the lens, 
ihe revolving mirror, the fixed mirror, the revolving 
mirror, and &e lens. 



CHEMISTRT. 
30M September^ \874.'^Jdormng, 

Professor Andrews, m.d. 

1. Calculate the weight of moisture in 1,000 c.c. air 
saturated with moisture, at l4t*Q, and under a pressure of 
761 millimetres. (Tension of aqueous vapour at 14°C. 1 1 
miL ; density of same 0*624 (air=l) ; weight of 1,000 c.c. 
air at 0^ and 760 mil. 1-30 grammes). 

2. How would you analyze a siliceous mineral not 
attacked by acids, and containing as its constituents silica, 
alumina, protoxide of iron, oxide of manganese, lime, and 
magnesia) 

3. Give an account of the chemical reactions which 
take place in Daniell's, Groves', and the chromic add 
]>atterieB respectively. 



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4. Describe the method of preparing artificially any 
three of the following bodies, and also explain the theory 
of the process in each case: — CTrea, aUantoiny aniline, 
oonine, taurine^ alizarine. 

Professor Maxwell Sikpsok, m.d. 

5. What is the difference between an eqniyalent, an 
atom, and a molecule of an elementt Gire the equivalent^ 
atomic, and molecular weights of each of the following 
elements : — Oxygen, chlorine, nitrogen^ phosphorus^ mer- 
cury. 

6. State the quantiralence of nitrogen in nitrogen 
monoxide (laughing gas), nitrous and nitric acids, and of 
sulphur in sulphur dioxide and sulphuric acid. 

7. Bepresent by graphic formulsd the constitution of 
ethylidene lactic (add of fermentation) and ethylene lactic 
acids, and explain how they may be formed by a synthetic 
process. Give equations. 

8. Bepresent by symbols the action of hydrochloric 
add or a hot solution of potash upon hydrocyanic acid and 
methyl cyanide respectively. 

Professor Eownet, ph.d. 

9. Describe the method of obtaining] the metal alu- 
minum. 

10. Explain the doctrine of isomorphism. Give some 
examples. 

1 1 . Describe the method of preparing sodium carbonate 
from common salt. 

12. Give the method of separating metallic platinum 
from its ores. 



ZOOLOGT. 

1st October, IS7 A.—Aformng.' 

Professor Melvilli, m.d. 

1. State the characteristics of the orders of the Myria^ 
poda. 

2. Give a description of the peculiarities in the skeleton 
of the Oheionia. 

3. Give an account of the distinotive eharacten of the 
orders of Pisces. 



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Ptofessor Gbbbnb, ra., m.d. 

4. Compare the siructore of the skeleton of. the jaws 
and hyoid arch in a shark with the corresponding parts of 
a tjTpical osseous fish. 

5. Describe the principal modifications of the gills and 
pallial cavity in the gasteropoda. 

6. In what arthropods do appendages having the posi- 
tion of antennsB serve for prehension or locomotion f 

Professor Oukkikoham, icd., f.l.s. 

7. Describe the circulation in the frog. 

8. Give some account of the structure of the brain in 
fishes. 

9. Describe the general anatomy of Sagitta. 



BOTANT. 

Ut October^ 1874 Afternoon. 

Professor Melvillb, m.d. 

1. Give examples of dimorphic and trimorphic plants, 
and descnbe the mode in which fertilization is effected in 
each. 

2. Describe the structure of the flower in the anemone, 
geranium, whortleberry, and crocus. 

3. Give a sketch of the main points regarding phyl- 
lotaxis. 

Professor Gbbene, a.b., m.d. 

4. Define the sub-orders and tribes of ericaceae. 

5. Give examples of plants — 

{a^ Without lateral formations. 
{h,) Without branches, 
ic.) With adventitious sprouts only. 
((2.) With or without lateral sprouts. 

6. Desconbe the geneiatiott and development of 
cedogonium. 

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Professor Cukkikoham, M.D.y f.l.8. 

7. Give an account of the changes which the orule under- 
goes subsequently to its fertilization by the pollen tube. 

8. Describe the method of reproduction in mosses. 

9. State the characters^ aflGuutieSy and geographical 
distribution of geraniaoen. 

GEOLOGT. 

3rd October^ 1874 Afternoon. 

Professors King, so.d. ; Harkkess, f.b,s. ; and 
Cunningham, h.d. 

1. What is there peculiar in the ciystallization of 
^Granite) 

2. In what way does cleavage affect rocks and tho 
fossils which they may contain % How can bedding be 
detected in cleaved rocks 1 

3. What is the nature and origin of Metamorphic Lime- 
stones 1 Give instances of their occurrence. 

4. What is the position and what are the fossils of the 
Assynt limestones? 

5. What is the position, and name some of the fossil 
contents of the Denbighshire grits? 

6. What relation do the Old Bed Sandstones of Russia 
bear to the rocks on which they rest, and what portions 
of the old red series do they represent ? 

7. What is the position and nature of the Fosulina 
Limestone, and where does it occur ? 

8. What is the position of the Zechstein, and what aie 
is characteristic fossils ) 

9. What is the lowest position in which the genus 
Ammonites has been recognised, and name the species of 
the lowest horizon ? 

10. What genera of Angiospermous plants have been 
obtained from the Cretaceous strata of Aix-la-Chapelley 
and what is the position of these strata in the Cretaceous 
formation ? 

11. What is the origin and geological position of the 
rocks forming the Giant's Causeway ? 

12. What is the position and nature, and what are the 
most important fosml contents of the strata which form 
the Siwalic HiUs ? 



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PHYSICAL GBOGBAPHT. 
3rd October^ 1874,— Morning. ♦ 
Ptrofessors King, sc.d. ; Harkness, f.b.b. ; and 

OuKHIKGHAMy H.D. 

1. What are the physical features of the plateau of North 
America) 

2. Describe the Scandinavian system of mountains. 

3. What is the nature of the water of the Caspian and 
•of the Dead seas 1 What relation does the surface lerel 
of these seas bear to each other ? 

4. What are the extremes of the recorded rainfall of 
the British Isles, and where do these extremes occur ) 

5. What is the nature, position, and supposed origin 
'of the SargaBsum Banks f 

6. What are the causes which destroy the parallelism 
•of Isothermal lines 1 

7. What is l^e mean height of the several Continents 
above the sea-level 1 

8. What is the origin and direction of the Guinea 
•current 1 

9. Mention some instances of changes of level which 
iiooompany earthquake shocks. 

10. What is the nature of the Sunderbunds, and where 
do they occur ? 

11. What is the distribution of Sarracemaceca f 

12. What is the distribution ofFteropidco ? 



ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITEBATUBE. 

29th September^ 1874 Morning. 

Professors YoNOS, Abhstbono, and Moffktt. 

1. Giv6*an outline of Chaucer's Knights Tale, and du- 
scribe the principal artistic characteristics of the poem. 

2. State from what source Chaucer is supposed to have 
drawn the plot of the Knight* s Tale. 

Mention any other poems, dramatic or narrative, which 
have been founded on this plot, and compare the several 
methods of its treatment at tiie hands of the several 
authors. 



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3. Make a metrioal analyBia of the following passage ; 
explain the ^metrical and grammatical rules which guide 
you ; and comment upon any words in it which may seem 
to you to demand comment : — 

*' For which anon Duk Theseus leet crie. 
To stynten alle rancour and envye, 
The gree as wel of o syde as of other. 
And either side ylik as otheres brother ; 
And ^af hem ^tes after here degr^. 
And fully heeld a feste dayes thre ; 
And conveyede the kynges worthily 
Out of his toun a joumee largely. 
And hom wente every man the righte way." 

4. Comment upon the characteristics of the FaSry 
Qfieene, as a work of poetical art. 

5. Explain the relations which the poetry of Spenser 
bears to the events and ideas of his age. 

6. Besides the ordinary division of l^agedy and Comedy, 
critics have classed some of Shakspere's Plays as belong* 
ing to a third division — ^the Romantic drama. — Discuss 
this classification ; and state to which division yon con- 
ceive Cymheline to belong; supporting your view by 
reference to the Play. 

7. Write notes on the following passages ; pointing out 
especially any resemblance you perceive to passages or 
incidents in other Plays : — 

a. A sample to the youngest ; to iSie more mature 

A glass that feated them ; — 
h. Those (drugs) she has 

Will stupefy and dull the sense awhile 

but there is 
No danger in what show of death it makes, 
More than the locking up the spirits a time— 
e. The love I bear him 

Made me to fan you thus ; but the gods made you. 
Unlike all others^ chaffless. 
d. The crickets sing, and man's o'er-labour'd sense 
Bepalrs itself by rest : our Taiquin thus 
Did softly press the rusheSi ere he waken'd 
The chastity he wounded. 



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«. Remember, sir, my liege. 

The kings your anoeston ; together with 
The natural bravery of your isle, which stands 
As Neptune's park, ribbed and paled in 
With rocks uniscaleable, and roaring waters } — 

f. O, this life 

Is nobler, than attending for a check ; 
Richer, than doing nothing for a bribe ; — 

8. Tragic writers, both in ancient and modem times* 
hare taken the majority of their subjects from History, 
Examine Shakspere's method of treating such subjects ; 
comparing it with that adopted by dramatists of other 
nations, and also by later English writers. 

9. Analyse the characters of Cleopatra and Antony, 
exhibiting their points of affinity and contrast. 

10. Compare Shakspere's method of characterisation in 
Antony cmd Cleopatra with that employed by him in any 
of his earlier plays. 

11. Examine the characteristics and peculiarities of 
the versification of Antony and Cleopatra, and comment 
upon the " metrical tests " as a help in determining the 
chronological order of Shakspere's works. 



Afternoon, 
Professors Yokge, Armstrong, and Moffitt. 

1. Give an account of Com/us, — ^the occasion on which 
it was written, form of the poem, dramatis personce, pro- 
gress of the story, charactenstic merits, <fec. ; and quote a 
few passages you think remarkable. 

2. What is the meaning of Samson Agonistes f 
Notice any passages in which Milton suggests the idea 

of a parallelism between Samson's history and his own, or 
that of his time. 

3. Of whom does the Chems in this Tragedy consists 
What is Milton's practioe as to Rhymes in the 

Choruses? 

4. Explain the following words that occur in the 
Samson: — InterhmoTy seculoTf diffused, embosty cataphracip 
pammymphi viUoHek, 



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5. "Satira tota noBtra est." Compare the EngliRh 
Satire and Satirists with those of Rome. 

6. To what class of Poetry does the Bridal of Trier- 
main belong) 

Examine how far the manner in which a popular poet 
of the present daj has treated the subject of King Arthur 
resembles or differs from that of Scott. 

7. Mention the principal persons to whom the author- 
ship of the Lettei's of Junius has been attributed. 

Dispose summarilj pf the theory which ascribe the 
authorship to Burke. 

8. Explain the allusions in the following passages : — 

a. When you affectedly renounced the name of English- 
man, believe me. Sir, you were persuaded to pay a very 
ill-judged compliment to one part of your subjects at the 
expense of another. 

6. The Odia in longum jacienSy quae reconderety aue- 
taque prameret, I thought, had only belonged to the 
worst character of antiquity. 

c. They (the people of Ireland) despise the miserable 
governor you have sent them, because he is the creature of 
Lord Bute ; — 

d, NvUum tempug occurrit regi was then your boasted 
motto, — 

0. I know that man much better than any of you. 
Nature intended him only for a good-humoured fooL A 
systematical education, with long practice, has made him 
a consummate hypocrite. 

9. Give the date of Burke's Thoughts on the Cause of 
the Present Discontents. 

What are the chief *' causes" insisted on ) 

What striking remark, as to the causes of BevolutionSy 

does he quote, near the commencement, from a great 

French Minister ? 

10. In the Speech on American Taxation three cele- 
brated delineations of character appear — those of Gren- 
ville, Chatham, and Charles Townshend; — Reproduce 
these as fully as you can. 

11. State the substance of the Kesolutions moved by 
Burke in the Speech on Conciliation with the Colonies ; 



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snd give, as nearly as you can in Uie manner of the 
original, the peroration of the Speech. 

12. Explain the allusions in the following passages : — 

a, Mettre U Roy hora de page became a sort of watch- 
word. 

h. In one of the most fortunate periods of our history 
this country was governed by a connexum, 

e. I am bold to say that so sudden a calm recovered 
after so violent a storm is without a parallel in history. 

d. This point is the great Serbonian hog^ betwixt 
Damiata aiid Mount Caaius old, where armies whole have 
sunk, 

e. It is before me — ^it is at my feet, avid the rudesioain 
treads daily on it with his clouted shoon. 



BISTORT. 

2nd October^ 1874 Mormtig. 

Professors Yonge, Akmstkokg, and Moffett. 

1. How long a period elapsed between the Union of 
the English and Scottish Crowns and the Legislative 
Union of the two countries ? 

State the substance of the conditions with regard to 
Religion, Representation, Law, and Taxation, upon which 
the latter Union was permanently realized. 

2. Under what circumstances were the famous Resolu- 
tions of Mr. Dunning proposed and carried in the year 
17801 

Endeavour by a siunmary history of the administrations 
from this date to 1784 to e^ow the momentous nature of 
the constitutional principle at issue in the conflict between 
the King and the Parliiunent. 

3. Compare the careers and policy of Pitt and Fox. 

4. Date, and give an account of 

(a.) The Walcheren Expedition. 
h,j The Convention of Cintra. 
f c.) The Bombardment of Copenhagen. 
(d.) The Congress of Yienna. 

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6. Give anaoeount of Napoleon's Campaigns of 181$ 
and 1814. 

7. Account for the feelings of discontent and uneasineBS 
irhich prevailed in England during the last fi.ye years of 
the reign of George III. ; and describe the circumstances 
that immediately led to the passing of The Six Acts ; 
stating their provisions. 

8. Under what circumstances was Mr. Canning ap- 
pointed to the Foreign Office in 1822 1 

Compare generally his views of Foreign policy with 
those of his predecessor. 

" I called the new world into existence to redress the 
balance of the old." — On what occasion were these words 
usedl 

9. Mention the principal military and naval exploits 
performed by 

I. Lord Exmouth. 
II. Lord Combermere. 
III. Sir Edward Codrington. 

10. Describe the political careers and objects of three 
of the following statesmen : — Kichelieu, Alberoni, Sir R. 
Walpole, Kaunitz, Turgot, Pitt (Lord Chatham). 



AftemoofL 
Professors Yonge, Arustrong, and Moffbtt. 

1. What was the condition of the principal countries of 
Europe — especially of England, France, Germany, and 
Spain, in the last years of the Sixteenth century 1 

2. During the period from 1589 to 1830 what changes 
took place in Europe by the establishment or extinction 
of the independence of different coimtries or peoples ; the 
ei*ection of new kingdoms, or the suppression or absorp- 
tion of any already existing ; and in the relative power 
and importance of the principal monarchies t 

3. Give an account of the early history of Poland ; its 
condition during the Seventeentib and early part of the 
Eighteenth centuries ; and the different Partitions of the 
country. 

4. Eecount the principal events of French history 
during the reign of Louis XTTL 



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5. Gire an account of the administration of Colbert. 

6. Describe the conspiracy of Cellamare. 

7. Give an account of the affairs of France from 172$ 
to 1757. 

8. Compare the proceedings of the Long Parliament, 
from the time of its meeting to the outbreak of the War^ 
with the proceedings of tiie National or Constituent 
Assembly in France till the flight to Yarennes. 

9. Give some account of the sieges of Antwerp and 
Ostend in the revolt of the Netherlands ; of that of Mag- 
deburg in the Thirty Years* War ; of tiiat of Arcot* in 
1751 ; of that of Gibraltar in 1780 ; and that of Acre in 
1799. 

10. Write a brief account of the rise and progress of 
Communism in France. 



logic; 

Ut October, 1874 Morning. 

Professor Pabk, m.a. 

1, 2. " State and examine the principal opposing views 
concerning the limits and proper function of Logic, and 
show how the method and the scope of the logical treatises 
of Hamilton and Mill are respectively connected with 
their general philosophical standpoint." 

3. Examine — "Quantity may be altogether thrown 
out of account in a hypothetical syllogism." ^' We can 
easily construct propositions, whether hypothetical or dis* 
junctive, which cannot be construed either as universal 
or singular." 

Or, Translate with suitable comment — '* Categoricas^ 
hypotheticas, disjunctas enunciationes uno relationis. 
nomine complectuntur ; neque id temere; diversa enim 
in his . . . prsecdcati ad subjectum relati ratio^ 
mode enim attributi quod inest, modo consequentis quod 
gignitur, modo specierum quce comprehenduntur. Aris- 
toteles hsec genera minus distinxit." 

4. ^'The doctrine known as the Conservation or 
Persistence of Force . . . consists of two stages — 
one, of ascertained fact, the other containing a large 
element of hypothesis'* 1 • 



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462 EXAMINATION PAPEBS. 

5. '^Does probability exist in the things which are 
probable, or in the mind which regards them as such t " 

Bj what role may we "estimate the probability 
that any given series of coincidences arises from chance "1 

6. Examine three of the following arguments, drawing 
the proper conclosions wherever they are omitted : — 

(1.) " Organic form is the result of motLon, motion 
takes the direction of least resistance; there- 
fore, organic form is the result of motion in 
the direction of least resistance." 

^2.) "The structural modifiability of a child is 
greater than that of an adult, and the stmo- 
tural modifiability of an adult ia greater. than 
that of an old man." 

(3.) "The earliest developed characters are the 
fundamental ones, and true dassifcation is 
classification by fundamental characters." 

(4.) "All art is not poetry, and all poetry is not 
the drama." 

{5.) " If Science is repudiated, all knowledge must 
be repudiated with it." 

Professor Mofpett, ll.d. 

7. Why could not both Special Bules of the First 
Figure be violated in any Legitimate Mode of the Scho- 
lastio Logic] 

Show that an Indirect Mode of the First Figure may 
violate both these Kules, and yet be valid. 

Fh>ve the same of certain Modes of the New Analytic; 
writing them out in the Notation of that system. 

8. Give an account of the Sorites; distinguishing 
the different kinds, and proving the rules of each. 

Explain the following passage : — " Nihil igitur te contra 
Soritas ars ista adiuvat, quae nee augentis nee minuentis 
•quid %ut primum sit aut postremum docet" 

9. Examiae WhewelFs estimate of the scientific value 
of Mill's Experimental Methods. 

10. It has been said that there is no invariable 
abstract Uniformity of Co-existence as there is of Se- 
•quence. — Examine this statement, and show its bearing 
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463 



What peculiarity of ExistenHcU Judgments simplifies 
their logical treatmeiit ? 

11. State the principles of a Philosophical Language. 

Explain and exemplify what ib meant by the Generali- 
zation and the Specialization of words; and give an 
account of the causes of this double moyement in 
language. 

What practical rule should the Logician obserre with 
respect to such changes t 

12. State and examine : — 

(a.) Descartes' Criterion of Truth, 
(i.) Locke's Definition of Knowledge. 



METAPHYSICS. 
SOth September^ \S74.-^JIfanttng. 

Professor Pabe, ica. 

1. **What are the earliest notices of the locomotive 
faculty and the muscular sense) How does the recog- 
nition of their functions in Psychology affect a leading 
question at issue between the supporters of Lituition and 
Experience?" 

2. *^ The hypothesis of an extended sensorium commune 
may thus be reconciled to the doctrine of Natural Realism." 

Explain this passage, defining senaorium commtme and 
Natural Realimn, 

3. '< Minds, Berkeley would say, we know to exist; 
. . . Matter we do not know to exist, for all the 
indications of it are otherwise explicable : we ought not, 
therefore, to assume its existence until it is shown that 
our sensations cannot be caused by a Mind." 

How does Sir W. Hamilton try to escape from this argu- 
ment ) Berkeley would state it in a stronger form 1 

4. Criticize carefully the following passage : — 

** A taster of wine increaises in his ^wer of discrimina- 
tion. A man accustomed to judge of the fineness of cloths 
by feeling them, feels them with more accuracy from 
practice . . . Whence comes it^ if habit lessens bodily 
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6f 6. Explain these phenomena :— 

(1.) <' The persistent imagination of a bright odour 
fatignes the nerves of sight'' 

(2.) "An interval looked back npon hy a child 
appears longer than the same interval looked back upon 
by an adult." 

(3.) " In games of skill, any lengthened conaideF- 
ation or active interference on the part of the higher 
faculties almost inevitably causes a failure." 

(4.) " Though it is impossible to gaze at the son 
and think of green, it is quite possible to gaze at the mm 
and think of a square." 

(5.) " The birds of inhabited countries are far more 
difficult to approach than those of uninhabited ones." 

Professor Moffett, ll.d. 

7. Give Plato's distribution of Classes in his Ideal State ; 
and describe the principle and the method of their education. 

How far is Art admissible in this system of instruction f 

8. Explain the force and meaning of the following terms 
in Aristotle's philosophy : — riXoty lyipytia, ivTeXixuOj 
CvyafuCf trrepfiait, fuerArriQ, Trpoaipeerit, tvBaipoyicL, fiio^ 
riXiioCy hperi}. 

9. Indicate the various stages in Modem speculation 
as to the question of the origin of Knowledge in or out 
of Experience. 

10. State the chief reasons urged by those who hold that 
there are notions and principles d priori ; and the main 
processes to account for the origin and growth of Know- 
ledge assigned by those who hold the opposite view. 

11. What is Kant's solution of the problem as to the 
nature of the Ego 1 

WhatisMiU'sl 

What data does the Psychological Theory of the belief 
in an External World postulate ) 

Apply Mill's principles to the examination of the 
following dilemma : — 

If there's neither Mind nor Matter, - 
Mill's existence, too, we shatter; 
If you still believe in Mill, 
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12. "Natural Realism and Absolute Idealism are the 

only systems worthy of a philosopher The 

scheme of Cosmothetic Idealism is not only repugnant to 
our natural beliefs, but in manifold contradiction with 
itself" 

Explain and comment on this passage ; and give Mill's 
criticism on Hamilton's account of l^e Cosmothetic 
Idealists and Brown's doctrine of Perception. 



POLITICAL ECONOMY. 

30M September^ 1874 — Afternoon, 

Plx)feBSor Leslie. 

1. Upon what assumptions does the doctrine of the 
equality of profits, allowing for differences in the nature 
of different occupations, rest ) What is the connexion 
between the foregoing doctrine and that respecting the 
relation of value to cost of production ) Supposing the 
assumptions referred to above, to be practically untrue, 
and profits to be governed by no law of equality, how 
would the relative value of commodities be determined, 
and yrhj % 

2. How are the doctrines generally laid down respect- 
ing the incidence of indirect taxes connected with the 
theory of an equality of profits % Supposing the latter 
doctrine to be practically untenable, show l^t taxes on 
particular commodities may sometimes fall on the producer. 

3. Mr. Mill, combating the doctrine that taxes on 
commodities are less burdensome than direct taxes, puts the 
following instance : — " Suppose a tax laid on wine, s\iffi- 
cient to add five pounds to the price of the quantity of 
wine which he consumes in the year. He has only (we 
are told) to diminish his consumption of wine by X5, and 
he escapes the tax." Give Mr. Mill's reply to the fore- 
going, and examine the validity of that reply. 

4. Mr. Goschen states :— " In the first month of 1861, 
fluctuations occurred in the American rates of exchange 
which extended far below the specie point" Explain 
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Professor Mills. 

5. Explain the effects of large improyements in the 
processes of manufacture in ^gland, caused by the 
introduction of machinery — 1st, on the general rate of 
wages ; 2nd, on the general rate of profits ; 3rd, on her 
foreign trade^ showing the steps by which the results you 
anticipate are arriyed at 

6. Examine Mill's view, as to the cost of labour being 
a Ainction of three variables, considering the passages in 
which he says, ** If without labour becoming less efficient 
its remuneration fell, no increase taking place in the cast 
of the articles composing that remuneration." 2nd, " If the 
labourer obtained a higher remuneration, mthoiU any 
increased cheapness in t/ie things composing it; or, ^ 
without his obtaining more, that which he did obtain toauld 
become more costly ; profits in all these cases would suffer 
a diminution," and discussing — Firstly, if the remunera- 
tion of labour falls, what can the cost of the articles 
composing that remuneration signify to the capitalist! 
Secondly, if the labourer gets a higher remuneration, 
what can the increased cheapness of the things composing 
it signify to the capitalist ) 

7. E^lain your views as to whether there could be a 
glut of silver coinage in England ; and, if so, on whom 
^e consequences of such glut woidd falL 

8. Discuss the question of the purchase of the Rngligli 
railways by the State. 

Professor Lupton. 

9. ''The establishment of banks has always been 
followed by a reduction in the interest on capital" ^ The 
reduction in the rate of interest produced by the arrival 
of the precious metals is an accident raljier than an 
economic law.'' Examine the foregoing statements. 

10. " It appears that in every case — whether the same 
a greater or a less proportion of the national revenue be 
laid out on foreign commodities — ^the discoveiy or forma- 
tion of new channels of commerce cannot have any effect 
on the rate of profit." 

Discuss the foregoing proposition, and state the grounds 
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B.A. WITH HONORS IN CLASSICS. 467 

1 1. Discuss the policy of limiting by law the hotm of 
labour — 1. In the case of adult mietles ; 2. In the oaae 
of adult females ; 3. In the case of childreiL 

12. '' Don't undertake to employ the ablebodied 
pauper productively ;" 

" Set the poor on work ;" 

<'A persuasion is rapidly spreading that pauperism 
absolutely mtist be dealt with in some more conclusiye 
way before long ; and the general outlook is towarda 
waste lands and colonies for that object." 

Discuss the principles involved in theforegoing passages. 



HONORS WITH THE DEGREE OF B.A. 



GREEK. 

October^ 1874. 

Professor Rtall, ll.d. 

Translate ; adding critical and explanatory notes : — 

Herodotus — ^Book I. 

(A.) — 1. wc ¥ cAtoX AoKtiatfiivun Xkyovvi, Avcovpyov ixcrpoiriir- 
aavra Acw/SwriM, Adik^iiiov fikv iuvrw /Sa^iXcvovro^ Si S^aprcff- 
rswv, U JLp^Tfic ayaykoQai ravrcu wc 7^ iirtrp6irtv9i r&x^^^^ 
furioniet rd v6fUfia iravra cai i^vXa|e ravra fif^ wctpafiaivuv 
lurd a, rd Ic irdXtftov ixovra^ tv^fioriac km rpiijca^ac f^o^ avaairutf 
wpdc 8k rovTOiin ro^c l^pov^ icai ykpovraQ lortiin Avcovpyoc. a 66. 

2. aMxa Sk lirifiirf Oioirp6irovg ic r&v Uiiyqrlwv Ttkftiiooit^' 
&wu:ofiivo^<n ik toXq Oiovpdiroiet^ sal fiaOovat wpbg TcX/i9<r<rc«#y r^ 
OcXf c aiifialvtiv t6 rIpaCf vi* Ucyivcro K.polaif dwayyiXKoi. c. 76. 

3. rf ik Kpoca^i kanvri Iwi r^c irvpnc, kctXOiiv, calwcp Iv sagf 
iovrt TOooCrif, rb' rov 26X«*voc» &q ol clf| adv 9nf f/piyfiiyoy t6 
"Mif^iya tlvtu rdv Cwvnov SXptov," wc Sk fya fuv irpoirr^at 
rovTO, iLV9V€VK&iuv6v Tt Kol dvoffrtvA^ayTa U froXkiic iwxlflQf 'c 
rpic hvoii&aai S^Xm^o. c. 86. 

Are ky^vtuAiuvQp and avaar^vHavra transitive or 
intnmsitiye f 



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4S3 BXAMnrATiON papers. 

4. A /3a9iXfv» oirrf dXXors cw iropci^cc ivipl rS9t &x^'P*^ oMr^ 
^¥\aa96iu9d rt Ig vl koX ig rbv fUTtwuTa xp6pov fiti^kv iiafux^nhf' 
<&XX' ei roc ^iXov rouro odrm yivkvOait xp4 ^^ t6 yt I/a^ vT^pc- 
Tst99cu imr^^cwC' c 108. 

What is the force of the preposition in irapcl3ec t 

5. 6pvffirovrtc ^fui r^y rappov itrklvBeuov r^ ynv n}y ic rov 
6pvyfiaroc U^ipoftkvfiv, ikKvvavTtQ H tXMovq icovdc tiwnt^aw 
ahrdLQ iv KafUvotaf lurd. ik, riXfiart x^^uifuvot &a^&Kru Bip/tj, nU 
itd rptfiKovra dSfiaty vXlvOov rapvoi^ caX(ifM»v duumtfiaZovrtCt 
€inftav irpStra ptkv r^c r&^poo rd xtSXtat Jc^rfpa dh ahrb t6 nJxQQ 
t6v airr^ rp&trov. c. 179. 

(B.) — 1. Give a rule for the formation of the 3rd pers. 
plur. of the perf. and pluperf. pass, of verbs, in the 
Ionic dialect, and give the common forms of kliliaro and 
Kt\iapilaTai. 

2. Give the Ionic forms of tZq, Xaoc, ^paw, /uSrocv 
Baufxay ahrov and oZy, Write down all the cases of yavc, 
first in Attic, and then in Ionic. 

3. *H Sk Sia^mii Q&ka9fra Ifm 2ir' itavrric, oh trvftfUayovaa rj 
Mpy ^ak&9frg, n}y iikv ydp "EXXifvec vavrtXXovrai]ira4ray, cat q 
«^(tf oTTiXittv BaKavffat ^ 'ArXavric JcoXcofwv^, koI ^ 'Epv9p^, giia 
ToyxAvu iovfra. 

Translate this passage, and give the modem names of 
the seas mentioned in it. 



Plato — Protagoras. 

1. What is the main argument of the Protagoras 1 and 
what anterior question does Socrates propose ) What is 
the solution arrived at ? 

2. Translate: — 

(a.) flc 1%^ Jarpue^v iroXXoTc Ixavbc /^ci^aic» Kal ol dXXec ^ 
fuovpyoL Kol dUaiv i^ ical aUm oWm 0& iy role <fci^pMirofCf 4 ^ 
iravrac vtlfitt ; iwl Tdvrac ipi 6 Zc^c, Kol Tdvrtc /urtxAm-Otr a^ 
ydp &v ysvoiro ir^Xcc« c^ iXlyoc ahr&y ffcr^x^uv, ihwtp dXXi«v 
rtxyStv. 

((.) Iv 9h duuuoffhyiif Kal Iv r^ SKXy iroXirir^ dptrff Uw rwa wtd 
tlimviy S(n d9tK6Q irr«y,Jdy odroc abr6c tuiff ovroj; rdXi|^ Xlyf 
ivavrUv iroXXwv, 5 icci ant^vwnv iiyovyro thmtf rdk^iq Xiyuw^ 



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B.A. WITH HONOBS IN CLASSICS. 469 

ivravBa ftrnficnf, Koi ^an wAvrag Sur ^dvat tlvat SiKoiovg, Uv n 
&fnv, kdv It fi4, ^ fuuvtoBtu rbv fii) vpo9wouiv6fuyov iucatoavvtiVf uq 
ivayKtuov oitdiva 5vriy' oirxl a/cwv/l^wc /ifrlx«>' <>vr9C» 4 /*4 cI'^^kc 
iv dy9p«iroic. 

Comparmg these two extracts : Socrates seems to treat 
ac^wc &n<l ff<afpo(ruvri as IdenticaL What is the real dis- 
tmction between them ? Derive iLfit^oyiimftf sJ^d ezphdn 
fully the construction of the sentence in which it occurs. 

3. By what reasoning does Socrates attempt to prove 
that ao^ia and ota^^ovvri are the same ? Is the proof 
satisfactory ) 

4. What does Socrates mean by saying that virtue de- 
pends on the fAeTpTfTucrl Ti^vvi % 

5. How does Socrates reconcile the statement that 
''the pleasurable is good, and the painful evil," to his 
explanation of '* courage " 1 

6. Translate the following passages ; — 

(a.) d iiku ovv <r^ rvyxavtic tvurnifimv rovnav ri xpn^rbv Kal 
novii^y, Aff^aXkt <roi ^vtiaOat. fiaQrifiara c. r. X. 

Supply the ellipsis. Explain the construction of rov- 
roiv, 'XprivToy, and irovripdv. 

(6.) liiKov ydp brt ovx riyovvrai didtuerbv tlvcu. ftr) roiwv Zri ri 
Koivbv Tfic w6\nac irfJrwc lx««> ^^' '^«? VH^v ol tro^wraroi cai dpurrot 
T&v iroXiT&v ra^rtiv n)v Aper^ ^v txowtv oifx olot n dKKoie vapa- 
iidoyat. 

How do you explain the expression /ui) rolwv ? 

<«,) dXX* oW«v /ioi tM^ti, kav fiSvov vit yt diroKplvy, ili^ obv 
doKii oot «2r« fui' rbv ydp \6yQV lywyt ndKurr i^era^w, ^vftPaivtt 
likvToi lawfi Kai kfU rbv kpwmvra koI rby dwogpiyofuvov iUTdZtaOau 

{tL) r j}y ik npoSusov rovde Sialptnv t&v bvoftdrwy vctpMrov/uu* 
tlrt ydp riSb tlrt rtpTvbv Xkytig tin x<*9r6vr tin 8xoOiv fai oir«c 
Xoipcic TO roiovra bvoiidZtitv, 6 fisKrtOTe npdduct, tovt6 /ioc rpbc S 
SoAXo/uu &ir6Kptvai. 

What is the oonstructian of rovro ) 



Professor MacDouall, ll.d. 
Translate the following lines (a) from Book XXIII. 
the/Ziotf; — 

iHKBt y M infxA UarpoKX^oc ShSmX^ 
t6vt oifTif laky^iQ rs jcai Sfifiata k&K' tUvia 
Kol fwniv^ Ml T9%a wtpl xpot^ ilfiara Jffro. 



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470 EXAMINATION PAPKItS. 

9r9 S* dp* virip Kt^akfjc km fio4 wp6c pn^cw lfc«vy* 
"cl}Jcic» avrdp ifuio XfXao/iivoc* lirXnr,' 'AxiXXivl 
0^ fiiv /If Ti Cwovroc <b:4^fcc/ ^^^ 9aw6vroc. 
BaTTt <rv fi', ^pa rdxtara irvXac 'At^ao^ rfpf^ii. 
rJfXi /it lipyovai ^v^a^ cl^wXa KafiSvrmvt 
obdi fii W4a fdcytffOai virjp irorafiov Uovoof^ 
<iXX* a^yrwc* <&X<iXi|/iati dv eipmnikkc 'Ai^oc* M** 
^^ ^ iXo^vpofilvy ftoi x^V* ^ y^ ^^* <<vr'C 
W^o/iaci IS 'Aticut, lin^v /u irvpdc XiXdxfrf.' 
0^ yap ii^ Z^oi ye ^iXcuv dirdvivBtv haipmv 
/SotrXdc iZoptvoi /SovXc^ffo/icv* <iXX* i/ii /liv K^p 
dfi^X*^^^^ <rri;yep^, ifirfp XeE^c^ yecy6/icv^ irtp, 
ffoi ^2 cac air)! fiotpat OtcitQ iirccutcX** 'AxtXXev ! 
rtlxu Ciro Tp«Miiy cvi|^cvliMy* dfroXIffOai. 
^Xo ^i rot ipiw cat i^^ao/iat,* aZ ce iriOifat.^ 
^4 Ifjid aSfv dfrdvivOe nOfifttvaii hirri\ ^A^iXXcv ! 
dXX', \va TCtp ak kqI airbv hfioifi yaia jcccev0p,l 
Xpvai^ Iv dfi^t^optlj top rot ir6pc> iroryta ft^^ifp^ 
wc ito9* ofiov Irpd^tifitv Iv v/icrcpouri BofiouTtVt^^ 
tM /u rvrObv ISvra Mcvotriof iC 'Oir^ivroc 
l^yaytv vfiiTtp6vS* dvdpoKraoifie l;«o Xvyp^c, 
H/mtI Tip 8re vaiia KariKravov *A/A^dfiavToc 
VfivtoCf oix lOiKwf dfji^* dffrpaydXoifft xoXwOci'c, 
Ma Sk StKdfttvS^ ft Iv ihtfiamv Ivjrdra} II^Xc^ 
Irpa^ T Jv^vclctfc* cat wbv Otpdvovr 6v6fttivaft'~^ 
&C ^^ Kai darka vmv dft^ aophc <&fi^caX^irroi.*' 

And (b) the following from Book III. of the Odysieia:^ 
SXXa ik irtfXX' Ivri rote* vdOofUv Kaxd' rig Ktv Icflva 
wdvra ye ftvOriacuro KoriMBvtirwv dvQpiSffrtnf ; 
0^^ tl wivrdtrkc yi cat iC^rec wttpafAifWMV 
i^epioic hffa ci lOi ir<l9ov kokA Sioi *Axatot* 
vply ccv aviifOeic ^^v irarpt^a yatay Icoio. 
ilvdiTti* yap a^w Katid pdwTOiuv dfi^dvovne 
wavToiotffi dSXoivi, ftdytc ^ krkXtovt KpoWtM'. 
M* oi tIq woTt flirty dfiot«»94ftcvac> dynfv 
49cX'y iml fUiKa iroXX6vi kvixa Sloe 'O^wt^ 
iravroloifft ^^Xoi^i, van)p re6f ,> •/ ire^ yc 
cclyov fcyov^c ken* iHpae /i* Ixn tlwpSmyra* 
4rot y<^ fivOol yi ioictfrec, Mk cc f af^c 
Jy^pa yciSrtpoy Z9t koucdra fivBiieaoBat, 
Ivff ^TOi rtU^ itkr l/w cat tUc 'Oiv99t6£ 



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o^ ror fiv dyopj iix ifidZofUv o^' M povXf, 
dXX' iva Bvfibv ixovrt v6tf tud iwi^povi ficvXy 
f^aZ6fu9^ *Apyiloiffiv Birwc &x 4piffra yivotro. 
avrdpt iirti Hputfioio irdXtv SuTrkpoafur alw^Vf 
Kal t6t% di^ Zcdc Xvypdy M ^ptvi ftridiro vhvrav 
^Apytioic, iirtl ot ri vofiftovtc oidk Buccuoi 
rdvrtg laav rif^ v^tuv^ iroXifc* leocdy olrov iiriffirov> 
fogviOQ Vi hXofiQ yXavKiUWiZoQ 6/3pifioirdrpi|c,* 

r« ^1 KoXtcaafuvia dyopijv ig irdwag 'Ax<uo^c> 
fiAtp drdp oi) Kara Kdofiov, l{ iJiXcov KaTaivvra^^- 
oc 8' UXOov oly^i fi%fia^6nt} vie; *Ax<u&v-~ 
livBov fwOiiaOiiv* ov tiptica Xabv dyiipav. 

1. Parse fiilly and accurately every word to which the 
figure 1 is attached, giving the Attic form or representa- 
tive of each when it varies from the Homeric. 

2. Derive or decompound every word to which the 
figure 2 is attached. 

3. Restore lost letters — as f, at, X, dca— -in acoordanoe 
with analogy and tradition. 



Translate perspicuously the following lines from the 
Birds of Abistophakes : — 

'BIT. oifroffl irip^il, Uuvoffi dk v^ AC drraydCf 
ovroai Sk iri|v^o^, kKianti 8k y dXxvuv* 
nJSIS. Tic8' dp' iaO' o\&m<rOtv cdtrnQ ; '£11. 2i<rrtc i9Tl\ Mip^Xoc. 
1IB12. Ku^XoQ ydp iariv hgfvic\ BTJSA. oir y^pivri SiropylXoc; 
'Bn. X'*^^ 7< yXoSC. BYBA. r< ^c, rtq yXaw' 'AOifvaZ 

'BIL nrrOf rpvyiaVj Kopv86e, iXiaCt viroBvfue, wtpiffrtpd^ 

vipTog, ispaX, ^drroLi tt6KKvlit kpvBp6irovQt apXtinvpiCt 
irop^tfpiC, Ktpxy^St KoXvfipiCf dfiirtXiCt 04v9» ^pvoifr. 

BYBA. M M TWf 6pvktitv 1 (od io^ r&v Koyl/ix*'^ ^ 
oXa vtirwiZovm xai rpixovn Suutxpayone ! 
• ••••••* 

X0P02. la fa 1 vrp. a\ 

irpo8t86/u^ dySmd r* kwdBofuy* 
5c ydp ^CXog 4*^ hftSrpo^ 9 iifi» 
ka^fUTO vt8ia Tap* 4/i7v 
vapl/3i} lUr OtVfgcic dpxalovQ 



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47^ EXAMINATION PAPSBS. 

If S6X0V ifi* iUKoXemv irapljSaXev ri iropd 
TovT dv6<rL0v ykvoc, 8 y l^ orov *Tpd^fiy 

• ••••••• 

iiray\ liriO', liri^tpt woXkfuov 
opfiav ^ovlavy irripvyd n vavra 
vtpifiaXt irfpi rt vi/cXu^ai* 

cat ^ovvac fivyx^^ ^opPdv. 
ovTi y^p opoc <rKup6v ovrc vl^oc alOsptov 
ovrt iroXtov irlXayoc eo^ B ^i^erai 
diro^tiy^vrf rw^f. 

^oXep^ fclv <Ut cord ir^yra ^^ rp6vov arp, /S*. 

fri^cev ^vOpwiroc* ^ ^ 5/imc Xiyc fioc 

rd^a yAp rirxoif Av 

Xpi|<rrdv IC(vpa»y 8 n f«oi Trapoparcu 

Sifvafdv Tiva /tci^«# 

xapaXftiro/iiv^ vir* l/x^c ^cv^c <Uvyirov' 

0-6 ^i roiir' kvopwv Xky* Iq K0Uf6v. 

8 ydp bv ffi T^XQ^ M^^ 

(fcya^^v xop((raCi roSro cocvdv ?<rrai« ^ 

dXX' 1^' Sryirfp irpdyfMTt r^v <r^v 4kic yv^/atw Aifawttmit 
Xlyf Oapp^vac' wc r<lc ciroviac oh fiij irp^npot wtipafi&fta^, 

1. In very concise notes allusions^ constructions, and 
Tooables may be elucidated. 

2. Exemplify from the first lines some points in which 
the trochaic tetrameter of comedy differs from that of 
tragedy. 

3. Name the metre of the two last lines, and state the 
laws of its stnictore. 

4. What date is assigned to this Play in the Greek 
Argoment 1 and what pieces are named as having com- 
peted with it) 

5. Discuss briefly the political and reUgions aspects of 
the Birds and the light so reflected upon the Poet's oh»- 
racter and career. 



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B.A. WITH IIONOHS IN CLASSICS. 473 

Professor D'Abcy Thompson, m.a. 

THXJCYDii)«8, Book Vn. 

1. Translate the following passages, and append brief 
annotations upon constructions in tiie original of unusual 
difficulty: — 

(o.) wpbc o^ drdHULV rr romOrrfv km rvxiyv dvSpvv iavri^v iropa- 
9ti^Kvlav woKifUknarwu 6pyy irpoofii^Mficv, sal vofU<nafuv &fia liiv 
vofUfMTarov ilvai irp6c ro^ ivavriovt oc &v i^ iiri rtftiitpi^ tov 
vpoffiTiffiyTog Suiaiiafrmew dwoirXHacu rris yvwfiqc rd Ovfiovfitvov, 
&lia hi iyBpo^ duvvaoBat Uyttmiffdfuvov rifiiv [cai] t6 XtySfuvov vov 
Ijitarop tbmu it^ Sk ^jfip^ i^^ ix^vrrou irdvrcc Zv(y oi y M rrjr 
i/uHpav ifKBov 8ov\u>c6fuvoij iy if, tl KarufpOi^av, dvdpdci fiiv Av 
rdkyiara frpockOeeaVj Tcual 8k koI ytfvailii rd d7rp<9ritfrara, trdXtt H 
ry Tdvy rijv aioxionnv iriicXiftfiV. dvQ* &v fi^ fiaXaictad^vai r%va 
irpcnc, iiii8k t6 dmv^uvwc dviXOiiy avro^g KipSog vofiiaai, tovto 
fiiv ydp Kat idv jeparq<r4#ffftv, dfwUac Spdeova' rb 8k Trpa^dvruv U 
TOV Uitdroi & fiovX6/u6a rovo8i rt KoXaaOiivai xai rj irdtrg 2uc<X/^ 
Kapwovfuvji Kai irpiv IXtvBipiav Ptpaioripav irapaSovvat, koXos 6 
dyw. Kal Kiv8ifvuv ovtoi airavtwraroi oi &v iXdxi(TTa Ik tov o^a* 
Xrtyai fiXdwrovrte irXtlara 8Ut to lifrvxv^ai w^«X£<r(v. — (68.) 

(&.) Tuv re ydp vtKp&v dTdfunf wTtav, 6irorc ric I^oi rivd tSiv 

iwiTii8t'uav Ktifitvovt Iq Xvirifv furd ^ofiov KaOirraTO, xal ot ^wvrcc 

KaTaXtt7r6fuvoi Tpaviutriai re xal da9tvtic voX^ twv TeOvwrtitv toXq 

Z^ai Xvwfip&rtpot ijoav Kai t&v diroX(aX6Tiav dOXwrtpoi. frpo^ ydp 

dvnPoXiav Kai hXo^vpithv rpavd/uvoi l^ dvopiav KaOUrravav, dyuv 

Tt 0^ac d^vvTtc Kai hfa liKaarov ItnPodifuvotf tl Twd wov nc "^801 

4 iraipttv ^ olKiiuVj r«^ Tt ^v^kiivw 4^f| dirt6vTMV iKKptftawvfttvot 

Kai iiraKoXouOovvTtc ^C oaov 8itvaiVT0y fZ r^ 8k irpoXiiroi 4 pwfiii Kai 

t6 irQfia, oifK dvtv 6Xiytiv imOttaafuip Kai ot/ioiyiic viroXftvSfuvor 

&ffTi 8dKpv<n irStv t6 orpdTtVfUt irXi|<rOiv Kai diropi^ roiavry fti) 

p^8U»c dpopiMoBaiy Kaiirtp he roiKtfiiaQ Tt Kai /ui^w 4 '^'''^ 8dKpva 

rd ftiv irtirov$6Tae 4^t|, rd 8k ^fpi t&v Iv d^avtt 8t8t6Tat fti) vd- 

Bwn. KaHi^tid rl tiq d/ia Kai KardfUftyj/ic a^Stv aiT&v froXX^ ^v. 

ov8kv ydp dXXo ri irSXti UiraroXiopKtifiivy itfKt<rav inro^evyova^, Kai 

rovrp oil ir/UKp^' fivpMtQ ydp tov ^vfiwavTOs d^Xov oiK kXdaeovc 

Tt^adpkiv dfta iwopt^ovro. Kai ToitTw ot re dXXoc i^tpoiv vdyrt^ 5 

n riff kiifvaTO iKooro^ XP^M<^> *<>* ^ hiMrai Kai ol l^v^c leapd t6 

iMb^ ah-ol rd o^er^pa a^rwy mria iwb n>k SirXoic, ol fciv dirop^f 

dsoXoirOtw, ol 8k ditwrl^' dwnwrofu>JiKtaap ydp irdXac re xai ol 

irXelvrM irapaxp^fM. I^cpoy ^i o^^l ravra huofd' ocroc ydp o^cirt 



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474 EXAUIKATIOH PAPKB8. 

i^y Iv rtf mparowUfit. xai ftt^r 4 ^^H ^t^^ '^ 4 l^oftoipia rShf 

ly r^i irap6vri ido^aZiro, £XX«i»c re coi dir6 oToc XafivpAnfroc fol 
aifxfllt^^OQ Tov vpt*rov ie oiav rfXnrr^ koa rawHvSrfira dfiKro. — 
(76). 

2. Annotate whatever word, expression, or constrnc- 
tion, in the following may appear to you in any way 
noteworthy ; but simply render into English sadi sen- 
tences as have an asterisk prefixed : — 

(a.) frx6vni*'^iiff. 

Qh) Korii TWTO Tov Katjpciu, 

(c.) KtipuKa frpowi/ivti \iyovra hoifioc cZvoi 9irMio9eu» 

(dJ) yv&iim IXXiircTf ytyvSfuvou 

(e.) ypoftfutnic r^C ir6Xcwc* 

*(/) /Spaxeuz dKfiri (lori) irXi|pi&/iaroc. 

♦(y.) U nvXov IXy<rrfvovro. 

*(A.) dvrl rov ir^Xic cZvac ^po^pcoy caWcrrfi. 

*(«.) vaviuLyi\9avT(Q avriirdKa xal it^ abro^c (aUter, iawro^) 
ixaHpov^ dliovv vtKav. 

•0*0 *^C ol fiAvriiiQ iCiyyovvro. 

*(£.) Kfpn/paloc ik card ^x^oc r6 KopcvOttfv ciirovro. 

*(iL) 6XC70V ov^^v Ic ohiiv ijrtv6ovy. 

*(».) oei ydp vtip* dXlyov ri id^ivyov 4 dir£KKvvro. 

(ft.) irpdc r6 AyyiKfia kfrioxov ri^ v^cro, vofiiffavrtc cifK drdrfv 

(0.) c^o^fv o^roic ri}y liriovaav iffikpav vepi/icivai, dvoXa^ovrfc 
^i a^rd Sva ircp2 r6 ffw/ta I'lr^px'^ iircr^^Cia d^pfidaOai, 

(j>.) f I r^ ^i irpoXtirot 4 P*^f^^ f^^l rb OMiiOt oii: dvtv dXiy«#y I«y- 
^WMfuiv ical olfimyijc dvo\tix6fUvou 

(q.) woXXd kg Bio^ v6fUfta Mvjniiiai. 

(r.) r^C wcrdc f vXd^avrec rd iftr^xa^ov. 

EuBiPiDBS — Iphigenia in Tauria. 

Translate the following passages, and annotate sack 
words, expressions, or readings as may seem to you espe- 
cially noteworthy : — 

(a.) Iircl rhv tlapiovra did ^vftirKiiyddtnf 
Povc vXo^op^o^ irdyrov tUrtfidXXeiuVf 
4v nc iutppitti KVftdntv roXX^ adk^ 
KOiKtnrbc dy/Md^t wopf vpcvncnl oriyai*— (360-26S.) 



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B.A. WITH H0N0B8 IN CLASSICS. 476 

(ft.) dXXoc ik rtc fidraioCj avofiig. BpavvQy 

iylXaoiv (&x^^> vavr(Xovc ^' IfOap/ikvove 

QSurauv ^a^ayy t^aast too vofiov ^Sfiifi, 

kKAovtciq wC Bvoiikiv IvBaii llvovc— (275-278.) 
(e.) rd h* Mad* riiuis ola fpovrtovfuOa. 
(d) dXX* o^§ irvcv/ia Ai^^ev i}X9f rwirore, 

o& mpOiiiCt 4^<C ^M^ 7f rfMic Sv/irXifya^oc 

*£Xis^v dxiiyay Mdi^y 1j /i' draXcvf, 

MfvcXcwv 0*, cv' avro^c dvTtrtiiupiiodfiiiv, 

r^v ivOd^ aDXiv dvridcio'a r^£ UtXt 

oi fi ucri fioaxoy Aavaidat x<ipovficvo» 

i^^aZov, Upt^t ^ 4v ytwriaaQ rarqp.— (854-860.) 
(e). o{rroc vofiiZt^ ao^v, 3c dv /aXXwv Oavciv 

otKTt^ rb iti/ta roi/XiOpov viKav 9kky, 

ovx 8<TTiC "AiSfiv lyy^c ovt oiKriZtratf 

frunriplas dvcXmc* ^ Sv i^ ivbc 

coKui awdvTftf ftutptav r 6^\t9Kdvit 

BviioKH ff iftoltac rrfv rirxriv S* lay XP'wv* 

tffiac ii fi) OprivH trv' rdc ydp MdBt 

OvffiaQ IvivrdfitoOa koI yiyvcjffKOfuy* — (484-491.) 
(yi) OP. ^tfO'ct ii rtc fic Kai rd Siivd T\ri(nrat ; 

Ifr. iyitf * Ocdc ydp r^v^c irpooTpowi^ ix^. 
(^.) jea2 fi4 irpoSipQ fiov r^v cawyv^riiv »ori, 

Ipif/ia ff^^ii icai idfiovc 6pCiv irarp<$c> 
(*,) c^ v6tvi\ fiirip fi* A^Xi^oc «ard irrvxac 

JcivqC ivuuraQ U warpomvov x^poc* 

ffwadv fu Koi vvv Toiiaii r'* ^ rd AoC<ov 

o^cirt Pporoitn Bid a' irfirvfiov ardfUL — (1082-1085.) 
(t.) Kdvravff bpwfuv 'EXXd^oc vcwc otd^o^ 

rapaf icar^pct irlrvKov iimpotfuvov, 
•O'O ^ ^ <V^' 9ifivdCf *Ipyivtia, cXi/iacac 

Bpai*p<tfviac ^ct rrivSi cXp^ovxccv 9cdc* 

•d rai TiOdilfu KarBayovccLf Kai viirXwv 

.dyoXfia ffoi Ofi90V9tv linriivwe v^dc« 

dc dv yvyalffcc iv r6cocc ^'VX^PP^y'C 

Xtlvuir' iy olffocc- r^'^f 3* Uirifiiruv xBovb^ 

'^SKkiiViiaQ yiryatJcac i^c^tf/iai 

yvttfific Sucaia^ ovvcjc*. i|i<ritf<rd 9f 

Kai wplv Y 'Apiiot£ ir TrdyotQ ^9^vc Itf'ac 
j:piva9\ 'Opkffra' Kai vdfiiefi* i<rrtt rddtf 

mxav ((T^pcftc 8<rr(c dv ^^ovc Xd/3y.^l462-1472.) 



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476 EXAMINATION PAPEKS. 

Sophocles — Trachinece. 

Point out what you consider, either in regard to read- 
ing, construction, accentuation, scansion, or in any way 
whatsoever, peculiar or noteworthy in any word or ex- 
pression in the following passages ; hut trsoislate merely, 
without comment, such passages as have an asterisk pre- 
fixed:— 

(a.) vvv ^ i|vtff' dO\u>v rwv^ vvcprcX^c l^«» 

ipravOa Sij fidXicra rappfiaaa ?xa». 
(i.) uXvoc S* hirov 

piPtlKtv oviilc olZc w\i^ ifioi irucpdc 
itSTvag aifTov wpot/pcL^wv itroixfrat, 
(«.) ir&c vatffl fUv TOffoiffSs trXfiOvtiQ, drop 
dvdpbc Kard ^^^ifO'iv oii ire/iTrcic rivd, 
fidXicra S* ovirfp ffwc/TWov, ti irarpbc 
vkfioi Tiv &pav Tov KoXiiQ vpdffffitv ^ocfZv; 
(<f.) xwpci vw, w vaV cat yap varsptp t6 y* iiJ 

^pdatrttv, Inti irvOoiro^ KipSoQ IfiiroXf, 
■(e.) ttir', ib KpaTiOTtinav xar ofifia. 
(/.) cat Twvdi vafiipTfia ffVfipaivu xpovov 

TOV vvv vapSvrog, wc TfXtaBrjvai xplttv. 
(^.) x^V'PC'^ ^^ f^v KripvKa Trpovvvkvta XP^^H* 

voXXtp ^avkvTOj 

•(A.) d\X* f5 filv ty/«^, (i; dk icpoa^iavohiuBa^ 

ywaiy KOT tpyov xriiatv 

(t.) dxTTi rtc loT 'Ehpoug^ IvO' opi^crai 

PvfiO^C rcXif r' tyKapva Kfivaitp HiL 
(/.) ^wvc7 ii iovXog dvSpbg itg tXivBipov 

paiotro 

(4.) abrbv ^ ixtivop^ eOr' dv dyvd 9vfiara 
pilff trarpifip Ztfvl ri|C dXAvtiaQt 

0p6vcc viv Ag flKcvra 

(l,) fii^ rStv Tvpdwttv] Eifpvrov cvopd rig i|y ; 
(m.) ri y iarl tov fu t^v^ i^trraaa*, pdew; 
(fi.) «[»c ^ raxdagf vhf xfiov^t PpaSH fuXiiVp 
i9<nkg* vpiv ^ft&g KdwtuffaoOai \6yovg. 
•(o.) cX^Etv y i^aetov. ravrb 3* o^« yiyptrai 

MKfioiv tlxtlv tdliaKpiP&vai \6yov» 
(^.) dXX* ^8i Kal ^popo&fup &ct» ravra BpStv, 
Ko6roc v6wov y Iwuwrhv i|ap«^fu9a, 
Bi^9i 8v9futj^0png* 



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B.A, WITH HONORS IN CJLAB8IC8. 471 

XvTfiptov XtfTtiiia Tf!^y vfuy 0paa«. 
(r.) C«v KHVoc tlvv Kal mmi^vrtu rait. 
•(*.) /ufLiixoaniTcu Tovpyov, «i w ftf^ Sokw 

irpAaoitv fidratov d ^i firj, vtvavffOfUMU 
l(t) aXV tUivat x(>i) apwtfav, «c o*^ tl JoKiTtf 

^X«»'> ^XO«C ^^ yvQ/iO* fiij frapufuvri. 
(tL) o*ri) rbv avr^C Mfiov &yKa\ovfuvtiy 

Kai rdc dv«uiat k to Xoiir^ ov<riac^ 
*(9.) rdSi fdv tx^fuy 6p&v S6fMoi£t 

radt ik /ikvofuv It IKirlffiv 

coivd ^ ?x*^ ^< '^' /icXXeiv. 
(«.) irpoaf»5Xot fi6vov^ 

\v UBtdaxPy wavlv dyyIXXf tv oti , , • 
•(x.) Nwtroc irdXaA Ktvravpoc IKkiritfrs viv 

roifit fiXrptft rbv 9ov ic/i^vai it6Qov. 
(y.) oir OofftTov oStfccc ffi?^ diriOT^ffetc V^'^ » 
(«.) <4XX' opclffsi ica2 ravra' vpSnvtifiai oi fioi 

Xaptv ppaxtXav vpbs fuiKpoic aXXot^ didovc* 

GREEK— PROSE COMPOSITION. 

October, 1874. 

Professor Ryall, ll.d. 

JSschines, O that we had been bom in other days [ 
The best men always fall upon the worst. 

Fhocion, The gods have not granted us, .^Eschines, the 
choice of being bom when we would : that of dying when 
we would, they have. Thank them for it, as one among 
the most excellent of their gifts, and remain or go as 
utility or dignity may require. Whatever can happen to 
a wise and virtuous man from his worst enemy^ whatever 
is most dreaded by the inconsiderate and irresolute, has 
happened to him frequently from himself, and not only 
without his inconvenience, but without his observation. 
We are prisoners as often as we bolt our doors, exiles as 
often as we walk to Munychia, and dead as often as we 
sleep. It would be a folly and a shame to argue that 
these things are voluntary, and that what our enemy 
imposes are not : they should be the more if they befel 
u& from necessity, unless necessity be a weaker reason 
than caprice. In fine, uSIschines, I shall then call the 
times bad when they make me so ; at present they are 
to be borne, as must be the storm that follows them. 

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178 BXAHINATIOV PAPEB8. 

GREEK COMPOSITION. 

October, 1874. 

Profeflsor MaoDouall, ll.d. 

TraxiBlate in iambic trimeters these lines of Wobdb- 
wobth: — 

Behold her single in the field. 

Yon solitary Highland lass, 
Heaping and singing to herself — 

Stop here or gently pass ! 
Alone she cuts and binds the grain 

And sings a melancholy strain : 
O listen ! for the vale profound 

Is overflowing with the sound. 
Will no one tell me what she sings f 

Perhaps the plaintive numbers flow 
For some unhappy far-off things 

Or battles long ago. 
Perchance *tis some more humble lay — 

Familiar matter of to-day, 
Some natural sorrow, grief, or pain 

That has been and may be again. 



LATIN. 

1st October^ l&H.-^Moming. 

Professor Nesbitt, M.A. 

1. Translate:— 

Zy. Deserere ilium et deiuvare in rebus advorsis padet 
Fh. Pol pudere quam pigere praestat, totidem litteris. 
Zy. Edepol ^deum virtute dicam, pater, et majoram et toa) 
Multa Dona bene parta habemus : b^e si amioo 

feceris, 
He pigeat fecisse ; ut potius pudeat, si non feoetis. 
Ph. De magnis divitiis si quid demas, plus fit an minus t 
Zy. Minus, pater; sed civi immoeni scin quid cantari 
solet) 
Quod habes ne habeas, illuc quod non haJ>e8 habeas 

uelim: 
Quando quidem nee tibi bene esse pote pati nequo 
alterL 



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B.A. WITH HONOBS IN CLASSICS. 479 

PA. Sdo eqoidem istuc ita solere fieri ; verum, gnate mi. 
Is est immoDniSi quoi nihil est qui miinus fungatur 
suoni. 
Xy. Deum virtute habemns et qui nosmet utamur, pater, 

Et aliis qui comitati simua benevolentibus. 
Fh. Non edepol tibi pemegare possum quidquam quod 
velis. 
QuoiuB egestatem tolerare vis? Loquere audacter 
pair! 
Zy. Lesbonico huic adidesoenti, Charmidai filio, 

Qui illic habitat Fh. Qui oomedit quod fuit, quod 
non fuit ? 
Ly. Ne exprobra, pater : multa eveuiunt homini quae 

volt, quae nevolt. 
Fh. Mentire edepol, gnate, atque id nunc facis hau con- 
suetudine : 
Nam sapiens quidem pol ipsus fingit fortunam sibi : 
Eo non multa quae nevolt eveniunt, nisi fictor 

malust. 
Multa est opera opus flcturae, qui se fictorem 

probum 
Vitae agundae esse expetit Ly. Sed hie admodum 
adulescentolust. 
Ph. Non aetate, verum ingenio apiscitur sapientia. 

PuLUT.— TVin., XL, ii., 67-90. 

2. Tempus item per se non est, sed rebus ab ipsis 
Oonsequitur sensus, transactum quid sit in aevo, 
Turn quae res instet, quid porro deinde sequatur. 
Nee per se quemquam tempus sentire fatendumst 
Semotum ab rerum motu placidaque quiete. 
Denique Tyndaridem raptam beUoque subactas 
Troiugenas gentis cum dicunt esse, videndumst 
Ne forte haec per se cogant nos esse fateri, 
Quando ea saecla hominum, quorum haec eventa fuerunt 
InroYOcabilis abstulerit jam praeterita aetas ; 
Namque aliut saeclis, aliut regionibus ipsis 
Eventum dici poterit quodcumque erit actum. 
Benique materies si rerum nulla fuisset 
Nee locus ac spatium, res in quo quaeque geruntor, 
Numquam Tjndaridis formae conflatns amore 
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480 EXAHINATION PAPERS. 

Clara aocendiflset aaoTi oertamina belli, 
Nee dam durateus TroiiaiiiB Pergama paita 
Inflammaaset equos noctumo Graiiugenaram ; 
Ferspioere ut posais res gestas ftmditos omnis 
Non ita uti corpus per se constare neque esse^ 
Nee nitione cluere eadem qua constet inane, 
Sed magis ut merito possis eventa vocare 
Corporis atque lod, resin quo quaeque gerantur. 

LucRBT., L, 459-482. 

State accoratelj the view Lucretius is here combating^ 
and mention the school by which it was held. Explain 
his own yiew. What distinction does he mark bj the 
terms conjunctum and eventum ? 

3. Hae ducibus causae suberant : sed publica belli 
Semina, quae populos semper mersere potentes. 
!{7amque ut opes nimias mundo fortuna subacto 
Intulit, et rebus mores cessere secundis, 
Praedaque, et hostiles luxum suasere rapinae^ 
Non auro, tectisve modus, mensasque priores 
Aspemata fames : cultus, gestare decoros 
Yix nuribus, rapuere mares : fecunda virorum 
Paupertas fugitur, totoque arcessitur orbe. 
Quo gens quaeque perit. Turn longos jungere finev 
Agronun, et quondam duro sulcata Camilli 
Vomere, et antiquos Curiorum passa ligones 
Longa sub ignotis extendere rura colonis. 
Non erat is populus, quern pax tranquilla juvaret^ 
Quem sua libertas immotis pasceret armis. 
Inde irae faciles, et, quod suasisset egcstas, 
Vile nefas ; magnumque decus, ferroque petendum. 
Plus patria potuisse sua ; mensuraque juris 
Vis erat : hmc leges, et plebiscita coactae, 
Et cum Consulibus turbantes jura Tribuni : 
Hinc rapti pretio fasces, sectorque favoris 
Ipse sui populus, letalisque ambitus urbi, 
Annua renali referens certamina campo. 
Hinc usura vorax, avidumque in tempota fenus, 
Et concussa fides, et multis utile bellum. 

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B.A. WITH H0K0B8 IN CLASSICS. 481 

4. I^nmslatOy and explain anything, whethfir in word 
CGSistmctiony or alliiftion, requiring explanation : — 

1. (a.) Inconciliastine eiim qtd mandatiut tibi t 
(h.) Pausa : yicisti castigatorem tunm. 

(c.) Qnin me ad plures penetravi priust 

(d,) Benefacta bene£EU3tia aliis pertegito, ne per^ 

pluant. 
(e.) Cena hac annonast sine sacris hereditas. 
(/!) Immo, salvos quandoquidem advenis, 
Di me perdant site flocci facio an periisses. 

2. (a.) Scinditur itque animae hoc quoniam natura 

nee lino 

Tempore sinoera ezistit, mortalis habendast. 
(6.) Sin ita sinceris membris ablata profngit 

Ut nullas partis in corpore liquerit ex se, 

Unde cadavera rancenti jam viscere vermes 

Expirant . . . ? 
(e.) Nee tamen est ut qtd perfectis insinuentur 

Corporibus; neque enim poterunt suptiliter 



Oonexae neque consensus contagia fient. 
(d,) Non, ut opinor, enim dat quod promittit et 

unde — 
(e.) Aetas, post mortem quae restat cunque 
manenda. 

3. (a.) His fretus non legates neque prima per 
artem 
Tentamenta tui pepigi. 
(5.) Aurea nunc solio stellantis regia caeli 

Accipit, et numerum divorum altaribus addit. 
(e.) Et te, Catilina, minaci 

Pendentem scopulo, Furiarumque ora tre- 

mentem ; 
Secretosque pios ; his dantem jura Catonem. 
(d.) Meritis vacat hie tibi solus 

Fortunaeque locus. Non vitae gaudia 

quaere; 
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482 EXAIQKATION PAPEBS. 

(e.) Nec Drances potius, sive est haec ira deonun, 
Morte luat, sive est yirtus et glona, tollat. 
4. (a.) Gaesareas spectate Gruces, spectate catenaa, 
Et caput hoc positum Tostris, efiusaque 

membra, 
Septorumque nefas, et clausi proelia campi : 
Cum duce SuUano gerimus bella. 
(5.) Voces tholus et trieteiica reddunt 

Aera sonum fixaeque fremunt in limine 
tigres. 
(c.) Haurire venena 

Compulimus dirum S ypbaoem. 
(How has this passage been emended, and on what 
grounds 1) 

(d.) Aflseritur ferro captivum vulgus. 
(e.) Sed dea quae nimiis obstat Khamnnsia votis 
Ingemuit flexitque rotam. 

Fhilology. 

1. Why is it more difficult in Latin than in Greek to 
trace the course of phonetic yariation ? Compare the two 
languages in relation to the tendencies which result in 
this phenomenon. 

2. Give the scale of vowel weakening in Latin, and 
illustrate by examples the various forms it presents in 
the composition of Latin words. 

3. Compare the forms of reduplication in Latin and 
Greek. How does Corssen explain the dropping of redu- 
plication in Latin words ) 

4. W^t is meant by 'nasalization'? State the dif- 
ferent explanations of its origin which have been given. 

5. FoeduSy maestus, tnrovdrf, augeo are examples of 
various forms of vowel intensification : trace the proceai 
in the caae of each. 

6. Enumerate and explain the several forms of the 
Latin perfect. 

7. Give the etymology of the following words, and 
explain the laws of phonetic change which they exemplify : 
— FauxiUuSf noenuy pergtma^ moIvo, priviu, tmmo, d^erOt 
hiaimay nimi%Uy eomnciumy picus^ proximtUf patiper, 
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B.A. WITH HONORS IN CLASSICS. 483 

October^ 1874. 
TrofeBBor Maguisb, ll.d. 
Translate so as clearlj to express the meaning : — 

A. LiVT. 
1. Sed haec et his similia utcumqne animadyeisa ant 
^xistimata erunt, hand in magno equidem ponam discri- 
mine : ad ilia mihi pro se quisque acriter intendat animum, 
<inae vita, qui mores fuerint, per quos viros quibusque 
artibus domi militiaeque et partum et auctum imperium 
sit ; labante deinde paulatim disciplina Telnt desidentes 
primo mores sequatur animo, deinde ut magis magisque 
lapsi aint, turn ire coepeiint praecipites, donee ad haec 
tempera, quibus nee vitia nostra nee remedia pati possu- 
mus, perventum est, hoc illud est praecipue in cognitione 
renim salubre ac frugiferum, omnis te exempli docnmenta 
in illustri posita monumento intueri : inde tibi tuaeque 
rei publicae quod imitere capias, inde foedum inceptu, 
foedum exitu, quod vites. Ceterum aut me amor negotii 
suscepti fallit^ aut nulla umquam res pubHca nee maior 
nee sanctior nee bonis exemplis ditior fuit, nee in quam 
civitatem tam serae avaritia luxuriaque immigrayerint, 
nee ubi tantus ac tam diu paupertati ac parsimoniae honos 
fuerit: adeo quanto rerum minus, tanto minus cupiditatii 
erat. 

Bekker reads labante for tabenU, Which do 70U pre- 
f